This Chine was first open to the public in 1817 and was part of the manor of Shanklin. The Chine is unique in the quality of its Flora and Fauna with a drop of 105 foot waterfall to sea level and just over a quarter of a mile.

KEY TOPICS: 7, 8, 10, 17, AH, EVS, G, SCI

Key Topics

1: Pre RomansĀ  2: Romans 3: Medieval 4: Tudors 5: Stuarts 6: Georgians 7: Victorians 8: 20th Century 9: Defence 10: World Wars 11: Children 12: Transport 13: Domestic Homes 14: Smuggling 15: Work/Agriculture 16: Evidence/Archaeology 17: Local History 18: Other Topics 19: Change & continuity

A: Art AH: Agriculture/Horticulture DT: Design/Technology M: Maths EVS: Environmental Studies G: Geography IVL: Imaginative Writing, Literature SCI: Science PA: Physical Activity W: Wildlife & Animals