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Getting to grips with some real life Geography – and getting outside!

The summer may be officially over, but that doesn’t stop our youngsters from getting to grips with some real life Geography – and getting outside!


As part of Ms Mroczkowska’s and Mr Stimpson’s Year 8 Geography lessons, students are looking at Microclimates around the school. This phenomenon creates special unique mini-climates in areas of solar/heat intensity, dark or light surfaces or shaded, sheltered vicinities.

Students learnt first-hand how Microclimates are created and how to find them. As with any Geographer, data collection is half the task; now our intrepid learners will present their findings in a report. So please watch out for your Year 8 child becoming very interested in walls, heating ventilation systems and dark or light surfaces!


Mark Stimpson

Head of Humanities

KS3 - IB Geography