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Geography Field Trip

Fieldwork represents an important aspect of any geography education, providing students with a unique opportunity to apply knowledge and understanding from the classroom, while developing students’ academic and personal development. This month year 12 Geography students from the Maturity and IGCSE programmes joined forces to conduct an urban field investigation in the Flon district of Lausanne.

  • Sortie d’étude

After several lessons spent researching and preparing for the site visit with their geography teachers, students had the opportunity to work with their peers from the French and English sides of the Maturity programme, as well as IGCSE students, to collect data from the study area. Students questioned the local population and conducted land use surveys to provide data to test their hypotheses. In doing so they learned important data collection techniques, as well as discovering more about the history of this well-known area of our city.

Thank you to all the students and staff involved in making this trip a success.

Geography teachers: M. Roberts, K. Sykes, Z.Mansour