Year 6 pupils at Rydal Penrhos got the opportunity to visit a coastal erosion site in the region as part of their ongoing Geography work.
Coastal erosion is the process by which local sea-level rise, strong wave action, and coastal flooding wear down or carry away rocks, soils, and/or sands along the coast.
Led by the expert guidance of Mrs Pyves and Mr Granger, the Year 6 group worked in unison to search for all the coastal features they had been researching during lessons, which really brought the subject to life for everyone involved.
This was a very worthwhile experience for our pupils, who will now take their findings back to Rydal Penrhos and discuss what they discovered from their individual and group research.
Being so close to the mountains, picturesque rivers, and coastlines across Conwy and North Wales is a significant asset – one that will continue to be a strong part of day-to-day life at the school.
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