The dramatic North Sea coast of Yorkshire's East Riding provided the backdrop for 22 Lower Sixth geographers' field studies over three days during the half-term break.
Accompanied by the Geography teaching staff, the girls started their investigations – part of their A-level course – at Flamborough Head, where the towering chalk cliffs are subject to coastal erosion. At Bridlington they studied the movement and development of sand dunes in weather that Mrs Buckley described as "sunny but bracing".
Mrs Buckley added: "The Cranedale Field Studies Centre where we stayed provided brilliant comfort food and made birthday cakes for two of the girls."
Click this picture to view a slideshow of the trip (external website)