Trip to RAF Coningsby

Mrs Watson took a group of students to RAF Coningsby. What a day! Students had an opportunity to visit 12 squadron where they got up close to a Typhoon. They got to ask questions to pilots and engineers as well as looking at some noisy jets taking off.


The afternoon was spent at The Battle of Britain Memorial flight where students experienced priceless artefacts of our national heritage and got to hear about some of the battles that they were involved in!


A good day had by all.

Geography – Year 12 trip to Gibraltar Point

The year 12 Geography students have spent the day at Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve collecting data in both sand dunes and salt marsh environments. They will now use the skills they have learnt in preparation for their NEA coursework.


Geography – Year 7 Trip to Edale

Yesterday, some of our year 7 Geographers visited Edale in the Peak District to conduct a river study. They carried out fieldwork on two different parts of the river. This included measuring the width and depth of the river, the velocity (speed) and also taking sediment samples. All of the students were involved in the fieldwork, and it was a great way to link some of their knowledge they had learnt on the topic of rivers in lessons to a real-life example! Click on the images below to see the Year 7 students in action!


Geography – Withernsea 2023

The Geography department have just finished three days of year 10 GCSE fieldwork with over 140+ students collecting data in Withernsea. They completed beach profiles, groyne measurements, field sketches and questionnaires. They all worked incredibly hard and will now use the data back in the classroom in preparation for their exams.