October 14, 2014

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On the 17th of September 2014 approximately 30 of our Leaving Certificate Geography students undertook their compulsory ‘Fieldwork Investigation’.

We began our investigation at the Burren Outdoor Centre where students were given a briefing on the day ahead, from here we travelled to Creg Beach and Clauhan Bay to exam features of coastal erosion.

We also visited the tourist town of Lahinch to examine both the coastal erosion protection structures and, tourist attractions and services. It was a very successful day, as students had an opportunity to put their geographical skills and knowledge to practical use.