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"The Rain in School Falls Mainly in .... the Geography Department"

Year 8 made it rain in their lessons this week....not actually of course, but by the medium of improvisation.

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"By using their imagination, our young Geographers exlored ways to represent the three types of rainfall (relief, frontal and convectional), by using everything and anything  - apart from actual speech.

There were some excellent and innovative ideas from all students, but seen here are Arina, Kaiki and Magdalena using nothing but paper to show how air is forced to rise, cooling in the atmosphere, condensing into clouds and finally falling as precipitation.

Kinaesthetic learning (movement) is at the heart of a good teaching menu, and our Year 8s certainly showed a good appetite for getting involved. If only they actually could figure a way to make it rain, then they would be very successful students indeed.... !"


Mark Stimpson


Head of Geography / KS3 - IB Geography / Iceland 2019 Co-ordinator