Year 10 Geography Excursion
On the 16th of May, the Year 10 Geography students attended an excursion to Cronulla Beach for their topic of Coastal Landscapes. The students spent the day participating in activities run by AUSECO, including identifying certain types of vegetation, measuring the length and degree of different parts of the beach as well as measuring wind speed. To complete the cold day, a nearby cafe warmed us up with hot chips before a trip to North Cronulla’s seabee wall which not only looks like honeycomb but has been specially designed to prevent erosion due to its unique shape. The students enjoyed the day whilst also learning interesting facts about the popular beach of Cronulla and its fascinating history and present state.
Isabella Staninovski – Year 10