Our Year 13 Geographers ventured to Chester this week to aid in the completion of their A Level NEA Coursework! On the way, they visited the Talacre sand dunes in North Wales to collect data by using samples they collected on the trip. They then went on to Chester, seeing how the city and its people have developed since its founding as a Roman fort in 79 AD.

Thank you to our wonderful Humanities department for putting together this brilliant opportunity!