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Around the World in 80 Minutes

30 September 2014

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As a start to the Year 7’s Geography Course, Geography Teachers have developed a challenging piece of work entitled ‘Landscape in a Box’. The students were asked to choose one location in the world that they had been to, or would love to go to. They then were challenged to make a model of this landscape, which they all presented to their respective classes. The amount of work and effort put in by our students was truly amazing. The models represented over 70 different locations. As a Department, we were greatly impressed with the creativity and perseverance shown by all of our students.

The top 10 Landscapes in a Box from all of Year 7 were chosen and their creators were invited to take the Principal, Mr Iain Blaikie and Mrs Sarah Travis-Mulford, Assistant Head of Secondary on a tour of the world in 80 minutes.

As teachers we were all very proud of the effort put in by all the students. We look forward to the continuing success of Year 7 throughout the year.