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Seasonal Surveying

Year 11 Geographers braved the cold on a trip to Seaham to collect data for their GCSE exams. They analysed the effectiveness of the coastal defences as well as looking at how regeneration has improved the local area.
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Geography Club Shake Things Up

Geography Club students got hands on with seismology equipment brought in by special guest experts.  They got the chance to see how the equipment works, look at data from national seismographs as well as test what they have learned in the interesting field of Earth Sciences.
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Google Box

Last week, the Geography department welcomed the Google Expeditions Pioneer Program to promote virtual reality learning.  Pupils in Years 7 to 9 experienced virtual reality learning in locations around the world including a tropical rainforest, hot desert biomes and even the...
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Coastal Coursework

On Tuesday and Friday this week our Year 10 GCSE Geography groups visited Blyth and Seaton Sluice in Northumberland, to look at why and how the coastline in this area is managed. Students walked the entire 4 mile length of the seafront to Seaton Sluice, where they then...
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