Exploring Lulworth Cove & Durdle Door
On Thursday 17th October 2019, we travelled to Lulworth on the Jurassic Coast, continuing our investigation into Coasts in our Geography unit. During the day, the children had the opportunity to see examples of cracks, caves, arches, stacks and stumps in real life, as well as exploring the way that the iconic Lulworth Cove itself was formed. The towering arch of Durdle Door took our breath away, and we were amazed by the unbelievable strata visible at Stair Hole, as well as the incredible blowhole at the top of the structure! Despite a couple of downpours, the teachers, helpers and guides were all really impressed by the maturity and responsibility shown by the children throughout the day. Check out the awesome pictures below!