Before and after images of the areas affected by the Somerset floods this winter.
Dredging work has begun on the River Parrett after floods which left nearly 30,000 acres of the Somerset Levels under water.
The impacts of global warming are likely to be “severe, pervasive and irreversible”, a major report by the UN has warned.
The quake happened at about 21:10 local time on Friday (04:10 GMT on Saturday) and its epicentre was 1 mile (2km) east of the town of La Habra.
For your exam UNIT 1 paper you need: A case study of flooding in a rich part of the world and one from a poorer area – the different effects of and responses to flooding.
British winters are likely to become milder and wetter like the last one but cold spells still need to be planned for, says the UK Met Office.
This exam is 2hours 30mins. You have to complete 3 questions, one from each section. You are advised to spend 1 hour on the 40m essay question in section C. You must answer all your questions on different topics. The topics you have studied are Plate Tectonics, Weather and Climate, World Cities and Development and […]
You must answer all the questions on the skills paper. It is 1 hour long and worth 30% of your overall AS mark (15% of A2). Please revise all components of your fieldwork project well. It is easy to prepare answers for this exam Q2 by completing all past questions. Q1 tests your skills and […]
Here you will find links to past papers on the AQA website. UNIT 1 is worth 70% of your AS grade. It is a 2 hour exam during which you will answer RIVERS, COLD ENVIRONMENTS, POPULATION and ENERGY. This gives you 30mins per question. You should try to spend 15 minutes answering the 15 mark […]
Homework for Mrs Muskett’s year 11 class on Mondays. Due in on the 31st March, please email or bring hard copy, thanks.
China and India have their eye on the energy potential of the vast Brahmaputra river. Will a new wave of “megadams” bring power to the people – or put millions at risk? (BBC)
An article which looks at new statistics for the UK’s ageing population.
This homework builds on the skills we learnt in todays lesson. You will now learn how to draw the same graph using ICT.
Homework for the year 11 Friday group.
A detailed revision sheet for the Restless Earth topic examined in UNIT 1 Q1.
Link to GCSE syllabus: A case study of a tsunami – its cause, effects and responses.
Homework set for Monday’s year 11 group with Mrs Muskett. All due on the 24th March please. Please ensure you have noted this homework in your planner.
Alternative driving days are being introduced in the French capital, Paris, in an attempt to tackle dangerous levels of air pollution.