Y11 Geographers to Stanwick Lakes
Y11 Geographers visited a quarry converted to a tourist attraction and nature reserve, and gathered data for their controlled assessments.
On Thursday 18 September the Year 11 geographers visited Stanwick Lakes in Northamptonshire to collect information for their GCSE Controlled Assessments. In the morning they had a talk and a guided tour of the former quarry from one of the rangers. The area is now managed as a nature reserve and visitor attraction. In the afternoon the girls collected their own data and had a chance to explore the facilities the park offers, before returning to school.