'Twixt sea and pine

A day on the coast a few weeks ago with Year 10s... This is another catching-up blog post

We started with the minibus trip from school to Morston Quay, which takes about an hour and a half from Ely, and we arrived just in time to get Bean's boats to see the seals on Blakeney Point, and then a landing on the spit where we explored the dunes and salt marsh area.

Sheringham is a small town which has the motto named in the title of this blog post. It was a good day exploring the coast, and Sheringham was our next stop, for a look at sea defences and an ice cream. Had a chat to several of the other schools that were also taking advantage of the good weather to visit the coast.
Following that, it was out to Overstrand for a look at the plans to stabilise a moving land slip, and then the trip back to school to arrive in time for the end of the day.
Our booklet that we used will be shared over the summer.

Image: Alan Parkinson