Monthly Archives: August 2012

Planning For The Future With OCR ‘B’

The dust has now settled following another successful batch of exam results, and the time has come to start planning for the year ahead. The main issue for key stage four is to respond to the  changes that have been … Continue reading

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Uganda Fieldtrip – Sustainable Technology and Sights of Africa

At the end of July, I was fortunate enough to lead another school trip to Uganda. This was the third trip to this location involving students from north Devon, and was originally set up as a joint project between geography … Continue reading

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Lack of Sunshine Increases Food Miles

The recent mini heatwave has given me some hope that the vegetable garden will yield at least some produce this season, but the wet weather and lack of sunshine experienced this summer has certainly affected my plants. Shelves in the … Continue reading

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Troubles For The World’s Youngest Country – South Sudan

I spent the last two weeks of the summer term in Uganda with a group of students, and  staying in this country helped make me more aware of some of the changing geography of the continent. Uganda is bordered to … Continue reading

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