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Geography Field Trip to Devon

A level students based at Slapton Ley studied both Human and Physical Geography

 Geography students on a cliff top

A level Geography students enjoyed a week’s Field Trip in Devon, based at Slapton Ley.

 Geography students in front of lighthouseHere are the comments of some of the students:

“The geography trip was both educating and entertaining. I feel the trip to Slapton Ley Field Centre, along with the daily outings to local areas helped us obtain new talents and skills to be able to suitably assess re-branding within an area. I can safely say on behalf of everyone that went, we were not expecting to have such a fun week; what with weather forecasts predicting heavy rain, but I honestly feel as though all 14 of us experienced a week we will never forget.”     Karanvir – 12A

“The trip away from school to Slapton Ley was one of the most adventurous and entertaining trips I have experienced with the school. Everyday would be packed with things to do such as daily outings, fun and interactive lessons with our tutor Graham and just having a kick back in the pool room to end the day.”   Adam – 12C

“Long walks. Long Days. No signal. Early mornings. Late nights. Best 5 days of my life! You'd think a geography field trip will be boring and hard work, well it is, and a whole lot more. It's peaceful and serene and some days busy but beautiful, who would've thought Devon could be so fun.”   Arjun – 12G

 Geography students in the field Geography students crossing river