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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Geography and Fieldwork
A day of two halves today: rain in the morning, sunshine in the afternoon; Holkham sand dunes in the morning, Stiffkey salt marsh in the afternoon.
Yet more coach company incompetence left us running late all day... Thanks must go to a very patient driver whose day did not go according to plan, and also to the majority of students who appreciated that the day's work will affect their exam grade as the coastal fieldwork covers 1 third of the Coasts topic, and will also be featured on the Skills paper. Thanks also to Simon Woodhouse from Holt Hall for his tuition.
Thanks to Mr. Nunnerley for his organisation of the day and to Miss Muncaster, Miss Kennedy and Mr. Guinness for their participation.
Make sure that you get a full set of results by whatever means necessary. Full details on the write up are on 'the website'. (You know the one I mean...)
Below are some images taken with my digital camera: not the decent one as that died recently. Technology just doesn't seem to have staying power these days...
All that is needed now is some hard work put in to the write up and some research on the two landforms.

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