Once again, the year 9 geography groups have been investigating tourism. Two years ago, we were in lockdown at this time so I decided that a good activity would be to create an iconic landmark from a chosen city/country. As it worked so well I decided to keep doing this activity, and this year the year 9s did not disappoint.
The same rules applied. No writing or just drawing the chosen landmark. Instead they were asked to use whatever was available in their home. Many went down the Lego route but some did use other options such as dough or clay and the results were impressive. Most seemed to enjoy the task of investigating tourism in Geography and really made a great effort in creating their model.
Can you guess where these models represent?
Adele Gilmour, Head of Geography