On Friday 29th September the year 11 geographers went to Epping Forest to carry out a day of physical fieldwork.
The spent some time learning about the geology of the area and the impact this has on the water cycle. They then had the challenge of measuring key characteristics of the Loughton Brook. Despite the extremely small amount of water in the river, students persevered to collect the data required to answer their enquiry question about how rivers change downstream. Students were treated to a warm sunny day to enjoy the wonders of being outside and experiencing geography in action.
Louise Douglas (Lead Geography)