Session 1 Pupils gain fieldwork skills on the riverside and foreshore by collecting environmental data (velocity, temperature, pH, turbidity and dissolved oxygen), in addition to recording key features (meanders, erosion, deposition, transportation, island formation and tides). Pupils then gather evidence of human impacts by collecting historic artefacts to find out about land use change.
Session 2 Using past and present data sources pupils will investigate local settlement patterns and land use change, and will develop different hypotheses for these changes.
Duration: Full day programme – 4 hours plus half an hour for lunch. Half day’s available on request.Costs can be found here
Practical information can be found here
Please send us your learning objectives in advance of your trip so we can tailor the programme to your requirements.