Geography students from a county high school took part in a three-day residential fieldwork visit to complete a controlled assessment task.
The Bedlingtonshire Community High School Year 11 pupils spent three days in Wooler where they took part in data collection at four points along the course of a river.
Assistant headteacher Jamie Bell said: “They all worked really hard into the night to write up their methods.
“All the students were exceptional throughout the duration of the visit and we were immensely proud of their politeness and hard work.”
After all the hard work they were given a chance to go canoeing on the river.