On Monday 20th May, 57 of our Year 10 Geography students visited the River Barrule/Neb to collect data for their GCSE coursework. Starting at South Barrule Plantation, the students were investigating whether the river channel became deeper and wider and whether the stones in the river were becoming smaller. They then visited Foxdale and St. John's before having a lovely lunch in sunny Peel.

The final part of the day was measuring the river in the lower section and finishing at the Raggart.

All pupils collected valuable information and made the most of the day.