Geography society has been taking place on a Friday lunchtime in Room 200 and has attracted a lot of interest from students in Year 7 right up to Year 13. Each week a new topic is explored, ranging from small-scale sustainable practises to the deepest corners of the oceans. It has allowed students of all age groups and different interests to learn something new! Usually Geography A Level students in the Lower Sixth organise the sessions, but in recent weeks we have seen some fantastic presentations from students lower down the school, with Saad R (Year 8) looking at natural resources, Jameel P (Year 10) investigating innovative technologies and Adam H (Year 10) exploring flags and unknown places. We look forward to more exciting sessions in the coming weeks!
Qays J (Year 12)