To kick off their Key Stage 3 Geography curriculum, students chose an urban or physical landscape and represented it in a scaled down model. Our intrepid new secondary Geographers certainly put their imaginations to the test and produced some outstanding miniature versions of famous landmarks or environments.
Imagination is at the heart of any child, and fostering this skill within a learning educational context is one of the most powerful ways for youngsters to enjoy their learning whilst learning about the geographical aspects of our planet, both human and physical. Serves as a rather good starter to their Key Stage 3 learning too!
So feast your eyes then on these examples of, to name but a few: the Niagara Falls, the Savanna Grasslands, a Norwegian Tundra, Volcanoes, Mont Blanc, Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco), Stonehenge and Antarctica.
Models will be displayed in the showcase end of the Secondary corridor until the October break.
Thanks must also go to Miss Cuskin for administering the project, and to all the students and helpers who made their brilliant models come to life!"
Head of Geography / KS3 - IB Geography / Iceland 2020 Co-ordinator / 9MS Form Tutor