‘East Head and West Wittering beach - geography and environmental management in action’

Geography

West Wittering beach and East Head are excellent sites to study coastal landforms, processes and management, with have many opportunities to learn and apply fieldwork skills. We supply all the equipment for our fieldtrips, as well as any worksheet proforma that your students will need and can accommodate group sizes up to 120 students.

All our programmes, half or full day, are tailored for your needs, however for a more enriching experience you might like to extend your stay.  We can recommend local outdoor centres who offer accommodation. These centres also offer adventure and water sports activities.
See websites for Christian Youth Enterprises and Cobnor Activities Centre

KS 3

We offer fun and engaging fieldwork programmes, which explore coastal curriculum topics and give students a ‘taster’ experience of GCSE Geography.

KS3 Geography - Coasts

GCSE  

Students will be studying an accessible, fascinating and dynamic part of the UK coastline, exploring a coastal environment first-hand, which has constant change to its physical landforms.

Our GCSE programmes involve a wide range of data collection, both quantitative and qualitative, for analysis back at school or college.

GCSE Fieldwork outline

‘A’ Level

Chichester Harbour offers excellent study sites for fieldwork and to inspire ideas for your students’ Independent Investigation. East Head and the surrounding are an ideal place to see coastal processes, systems and management in action.

There are fieldwork opportunities to explore both human and physical Geography.

We support students in their learning and to carry out the fieldwork.

Please see – A Level Geography outline and sample programmes.

Biology and Ecology

‘A’ Level

We offer field trip programmes to study Biodiversity and Ecosystems, with a variety of sampling techniques and data collection, for analysis back at College or School.

Fieldwork programmes can form part of you students’ Required Practical.

East Head spit is an ideal location for studying sand dunes and saltmarsh. There are abundant areas of saltmarsh within the Harbour, as well as coppiced woodland and freshwater habitats.

All our programmes, half or full day, are tailored for your needs, however for a more enriching experience you might like to extend your stay.  We can recommend local outdoor centres who offer accommodation. These centres also offer adventure and water sports activities. Link

Please see – A Level Biology outline and sample programmes.

Teacher training and graduate level

We offer student teachers outdoor education experiences to inspire and develop skills and confidence to use the outdoors for learning. Please contact us for more information.