A Level and Higher Geography pupils undertake fieldwork in Glen Clova at the end of last term.
The Geography Department enjoyed a great few days at the end of term (despite the weather!) as they undertook fieldwork for their A Level and Higher coursework.
The Sixth Form pupils investigated glacial landforms, the hydrological cycle and carbon stores in Glen Clova and also had the chance to wild camp, with kind permissions from the Forestry Commission at Glen Doll.
Earlier in the week, the pupils also undertook human fieldwork in Dundee. They Assessed the impact the V&A Dundee has had on the perception of the city and the regeneration of the waterfront.
The pupils and staff all had a fantastic time and thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity for some additional Outdoor Learning.
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