Year 7 have been studying impossible places in Geography. They have looked at different locations around the world such as Mount Everest, Las Vegas and Antarctica to discuss what makes them possible and impossible places and how Human and Physical Geography work in these environments. The students were challenged to think of an inspirational place for their homework that links Physical and Human Geography together.
The students then built their ‘landscape in a box’ and brought it to school to show and tell other students about. They peer and self assessed their learning through Geography ILR’s and next week will be making videos of the boxes and the process they went through. I think we can all agree that they did a fantastic job of designing, being creative and more importantly their Geography!
So I would like to share with you their success through some pictures.