A level Geographers on the Jurassic Coast

The Year 13 geography A level students spent 3 days working on their fieldwork skills and exploring the Jurassic coast. These are places that they have been learning about within the geography curriculum throughout their time at St. Mary’s and so it was a joy for them to finally see them in real life. They visited the urban settlement of Boscombe where they investigated regeneration, the iconic coastal locations of Swanage Bay, Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove and explored the unique town of Poundbury. The students worked late into the evenings preparing them to produce independent investigations of the highest quality.