6th Year Geographical Investigation LC 2018
19th November 2017
On October 10th and 11th 2017, two 6th Year Geography classes and their teachers, travelled to the Youthful stage of the River Barrow, in the Slieve Bloom Mountains. They wanted to prove that the geomorphic processes of fluvial erosion were active and responsible for the formation of a V-shaped Valley.
All students involved, thoroughly enjoyed their day and were successful in achieving their aims and objectives. It was wonderful, to see the theory taught in action in the reality of the fluvial landscape.