A group of budding Geographers from Newquay Tretherras recently took a trip to London to consider how certain areas have changed over time.
The students visited the London Docklands to get a feel for how the area has transformed from it’s industrial past to a financial capital.
This was followed by a trip to the Olympic Park to see how the area has been regenerated as part of leaving an Olympic legacy, where the students also had the opportunity to experience cycling in the velodrome.
Mrs Julie King, Head of Geography at Tretherras said, “This annual trip is the perfect opportunity for students to take their education outside of the classroom and experience Geography in an interesting and engaging setting.
She continued, “All the students loved exploring London and particularly enjoyed their experience of the Olympic Park.”