A-Level students take a weekend trip to the Lake District

Between the 27th and 29th November 2015, our Geography and Travel and Tourism students visited The Lake District to complement their coursework and projects for the A-Level courses.   The students enjoyed a packed, albeit a very soggy, couple of days, making home at the Ambleside Youth Hostel in the evenings.  On the Friday, they visited Grasmere to see Wordsworth Grave and the Gingerbread house.  They celebrated their first day of the trip in the evening with a quiz, where the winning group won a prize!  On the Saturday, the group took a brisk and again, very wet, walk to Osset’s Head above Windermere.  The afternoon saw them enjoy a boat trip to Bowness and the evening brought another exciting quiz night for the group.  Sadly, the trip did have to come to an end, but not before a windy, wet and bustling visit to Blackpool on the Sunday—the sea was coming over the sides onto the roads—check it out on the Geography Facebook page!  Overall the trip was thoroughly enjoyed by all the students.  Shannon Harewood-Malone, a second year Geography student and budding photographer (credit for these photos goes to Shannon), said, “We all had a great time, and going with the Lower Sixth students meant we got to know so

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