Last Thursday Year 4 went to look at the River Deben as part of their Geography local study. The day started down at Felixstowe where we looked at the shingle bar that marks the mouth of the river, observed the sea defences and completed a 10 minute beach clean. Walking inland along the sea wall we saw how the channel narrowed and saw large rocks that had come all the way from Norway to protect the coastline. After lunch we travelled inland further to Wilford Bridge just past and then followed the river back into Woodbridge observing meanders and mud banks where the water was flowing more slowly.