Flatford Mill, Suffolk, 26th - 28th June 2017
The purpose of this trip is to provide students with valuable experience of fieldwork techniques, which will prepare them for their non-examined enquiry, which is worth 20% of their A-Level. Specifically, students will be carrying out investigations into the water and carbon cycle, looking at how these have been interrupted by human management, as well as investigating how and why places change over time. We will be based at the Field Studies Council centre at Flatford Mill, where all meals will be provided. This is very much a working trip, and we will be making full use of the three days.
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