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Geography field trip at the Flon in Lausanne

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

  • Sortie d’étude au Flon

After several lessons spent researching and preparing for the site visit, students had the opportunity to work with peers from their year group to collect data from our study area. Surveys of the local population and land use analyses provided the basis from which to test the hypotheses created in class. Following the visit, students collaborated to write a field report of their investigation.

Despite the rain we had a great day and would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the students and staff involved for their hard work and enthusiasm.

Matthew Roberts, Keith Sykes and Céline Terrasson
(Geography Department)