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Year 8 pupils thoroughly enjoyed themselves in London’s Stratford on their geography trip this week, despite the thundery downpours of rain. They collected data using business tallies, field sketches, Environmental Quality surveys and interviewing the public. They are investigating the social, economic and environmental impacts of the Olympic regeneration.

Over the next few weeks they will be analysing their data and coming to a conclusion about whether the regeneration has been a success for Stratford. This will form part of their assessment going towards the St Michael’s Diploma.

Everyone enjoyed seeing geography at work in the real world and looking at regeneration in a city. They also had great fun interviewing the public and learning more about the area. A highlight was having the opportunity to walk around the Olympic Park and seeing the stadium, Aquatic centre and Velodrome buildings up close.

Miss Lambert

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