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    Geography Trip

    The students had a great day in glorious sunshine. Some were initially cautious about touching the water; many ended up opting for total immersion.

     

     

    Last week Year 8 went to the River Bulbourne near Hemel Hempstead as part of the work they are doing on rivers in their geography classes. 

    Flooding has become an increasing problem in the UK in recent years, and understanding river dynamics plays an important part in developing solutions.  The River Bulbourne has a particular connection to Camden because it is one of the feeder streams for the Regent canal. Camden School for Girls has been visiting the same stretch of river for the last twenty years, so we have an excellent record of how the river is changing. 

    The students had a great day in glorious sunshine. Some were initially cautious about touching the water; many ended up opting for total immersion.

     

    Mr Evans
    Head of Geography