Part of the Year 10 Geography GCSE cohort visited Falmouth on 15th and 18th April. Students were collecting data for their Controlled Assessment and therefore were carrying out various methods around the town to be able to investigate tourism in a coastal resort. We worked our way from the Rugby ground, down to the town, along to the Maritime Museum where we could enjoy a picnic lunch in the sunshine. In the afternoon we headed over towards the sea front before enjoying the views from Gylly beach and heading back to school. Students represented the school in a delightful fashion and we are now busy making sense of our data to be able to report back on the impacts of tourism in Falmouth. Many Year 10s reported that they had seen Falmouth through a more Geographical lens and we are very impressed by students’ enthusiasm and hard work.