Tag Archives: Geography

  • Geography Tour of Lanzarote

    “Mars on Earth!” This is how a student described the tour of Lanzarote and it definitely was an out-of-this-world experience. Lava bombs, lava fields, volcanoes, calderas, emerald green lagoons and lava tubes are just a few examples. To add to this other worldly experience the wind was always howling and constantly raging. It governed life […]

  • Year 7s Visit Local Historical Site

    On Tuesday 22nd of May 7Y and 7N visited a local historical site, the Vardre in Deganwy. It is a very pleasant site which is on top of a large hill, which makes the views go on for miles. On the very peak of the Castle you can even see the North tip of Anglesey! […]

  • YJB Head to the Coast

    Year 10 Geography students spent enrichment day studying local coastal features. They produced field sketches and explained features in Penrhyn Bay, Rhos On Sea and Colwyn Bay. Unusually for a Geography trip the sun came out, but it was bitterly cold; ideal for studying the effect of freeze thaw weathering!

  • Former Pupil Gives Talk on Everest

    Year 10 pupils starting their GCSE Geography studies this week were lucky enough to have a former pupil, James Thomas come to give them a talk about Mount Everest. Last year, James trekked to Everest base camp and was able to show pupils pictures of the scenery and tell them about the impact of growing […]