It gives wealth of opportunity to cover topics including coastal and river processes and landforms, tourism, rural environments and sustainability. Start with a visit to Cheddar Gorge to discover the landforms and processes of this beautiful Karst landscape. Follow this with a walk along the Jurassic coast to discover how thousands of years of erosion has shaped the rocks, with examples of stacks, stumps, caves and arches.
The Eden project is also a must visit when in Cornwall giving students the chance to uncover the working of various ecosystems, viewing first hand plant species from tropical, Mediterranean and temperate biomes.
Cross-curriculum tours are a great way to help your group to bond, and boost your numbers. Contact us for information about other subject in this destination.
Today you will visit Somerset and the popular honeypot attraction of Cheddar Gorge. Students will have the opportunity to learn more about the features of a Karst landscapes, with a guided visit to the two magnificent show caves on offer.
Transfer to accommodation in Dorset.
Today will be all about coastal landforms, with a guided walk along a stretch of the Jurassic coastline at Nare's head to observe key geographical features such as stacks, caves and arches.
Transfer to accommodation in Cornwall
Visit the Eden Project for a tour and education talk to learn about world biomes. You can also add in a work shop on topics such as climate change or sustainability.
Visit the Lost Garden of Heligan Return journey back to school.