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Year 11 iGCSE Geography Trip 2017 – Mui Ne

13 October 2017

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Year 11 students again travelled to Mui Ne to carry out practical field work that is an essential part of their iGCSE curriculum. Despite the horrendous weather forecast we were blessed with great weather throughout the weekend. As you can see from the photos the students really got stuck into their field work.


On Friday, we visited Hai Thang Fish Sauce Company to learn about their location factors and the industrial system for a manufacturing industry. Later students carried out an investigation into tourism in Mui Ne along Phan Thiet High Street before finally visiting the Red Sand Dunes to practice their sketching skills.


On Saturday, it was all about physical geography as students conducted a river’s investigation in the Fairy Stream followed by a beach study. This is an invaluable experience for our students as they have to be able to explain how they carry out geography field work techniques in one of their final examinations. They conducted themselves so well and set about their work with great enthusiasm, throughout the weekend, which made it a pleasant and enjoyable weekend away for all!


A big thank you also to Ms Ngan, for coming along to help us out!

Mr Cryan