After another hearty breakfast on Thursday we headed into Dorking to begin the Human Geography data collection. Pupils were briefed on what to investigate in their groups along the High Street 1km long transect. This included an analysis of climatic variables, land use and building height distribution. A return to the classroom after dinner allowed us to evaluate the methods used off site, and begin to plot our findings on GIS software.
Our final morning in the classroom allowed pupils to start to think about our own coursework titles, and what data collection techniques used during the stay might be of use to them. Pupils are to be commended for their super attitudes across the week, where resilience was tested on many days where we were working outside in some challenging conditions.
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