articleingletonoct2016a

On Thursday, 25 Year 8 geographers took a trip to Ingleton (in Yorkshire) to learn about how waterfalls form. The trip involved a four and a half mile hike through ancient woodland to visit some of the most stunning waterfalls and limestone scenery in the British Isles. Despite a small delay to our departure and a few rain showers, the day was a great success with the pupils honing their fieldwork skills and improving their understand of the physical geography of the area. The day ended with a short visit to the village of Ingleton and a very popular sweet shop!

 

 

 

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