AN exciting school trip down to the Jurassic coast saw students work towards their geography project.

Papplewick Year 8 students travelled to Swanage in Dorset on their first day back to school after the Christmas break.

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As part of their final Geography exam, students carried out field work to learn about the coastline.

Tom Bunbury, headteacher at Papplewick, said: "The boys take great pried whilst working in groups and collecting their data and I hope that the projects undertaken reflect their enjoyment and enthusiasm."

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The eager pupils discovered the River Corfe, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door and the Jurassic coastline.

The project accounts for 20 per cent of their final Geography exam mark.