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Innovation - and imagination - in Year 8 Geography this week!

The Year 8's are investigating the concept of enhanced global warming at the moment...

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...and its impact on speeding up and worsening the natural greenhouse effect, which actually is designed to keep our planet at stable temperatures.

The task this week was not only to present their findings into ways to reduce our carbon footprint, but also to discover a new and innovative way to present the information to the class.

Ideas were plentiful, and indeed varied; it seems there are a plethora of opportunities out there on how to present information to people, beyond the humble PowerPoint. Winning this challenge this week were Jain and Stefania in Year 8B, who chose to design a unique globe-shaped sphere decorated in signs indicating methods of CO2 reduction and challenges we face. However they then revealed a surprise inside! Inside the secretly hollow and divisible globe, were a series of paper-note questions to test the understanding of their classmates!

An excellent idea, innovative and ambitious. Well done to all Year 8B and D who went 'above and beyond' this week, proving not only excellent geographical knowledge, but also life skills of innovative presentation!

Mark Stimpson

Head of Geography / KS3 - IB Geography / Iceland 2020 Co-ordinator / 9MS Form Tutor