19 Oct

  • By rnaylor

Year 10 have been working on a cross-curricular assignment using Geography and Maths. This meant a trip to 3 sites along the river Avon where they observed and discussed the Geography on show as well as collecting a large amount of data. This included the width, depth and velocity of the river along with the size of the bed load and other measurements. To gather the data, the students had to get in the river (it turned out that a few of the wellies had holes in them) and many students even braved the deeper sections. Using Maths and Statistics, year 10 displayed their results in many different types of graphs and provided in depth Geographical analysis.

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