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Ferpècle valley walk

Just a short walk today along the Ferpècle valley to see the Mont Miné glacier.  In addition to the frogs and tadpoles in the pond we spotted at least 3 Dippers and several students from Geneva University investigating the glacial formations. 11 more words


National Egg Week.

We have been learning about eggs because it is national egg week. What do you know about eggs?



Kerala is an Indian State located in the southern end of the nation. Commonly know as Gods own country because of its natural beauty.

This is the Indian state with the highest literacy rate of appro 93%. 469 more words




We’re currently learning about Pompeii in history but now we’re going to look a little closer at volcanoes all around the world.

Use the links provided to answer the following questions. 220 more words


Geography worksheets for KS3

The Geography worksheets for KS3 focus upon eight areas of geographical study and for each provide short, structured questions. These 8 areas are: Rivers, Coasts, Population, Settlement, Volcanoes, Rainforests, National Parks, and Resources and the Environment. 113 more words


Spotlight on...Geography

I was fortunate to have been invited into Mr Rose’s geography lesson today, to watch some end of unit presentations that the girls have been working on. 180 more words

Around School

[ARC] Atlas of Cursed Places by Olivier Le Carrer

Nel libro Atlas of Cursed Places: A Travel Guide to Dangerous and Frightful Destinations l’autore ha evidenziato alcuni luoghi realmente esistenti che possono essere definiti maledetti per via di una serie di eventi storici drammatici. 349 more words