Castleton Trip

On Wednesday 15th May 2013, a group of 130 Year 8 students took part in a Geography Fieldtrip to Castleton in the Peak District National Park. As well as conducting surveys of the village, all the pupils had the chance to go underground in Treak Cliff Cavern to see the Limestone features that have formed over millions of years. Despite a little rain, everyone had a fantastic time and the school was warmly welcomed back to the village by locals and shop owners. The experience will help many of the students see their currently topic of “Limestone” in a different light


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