On Friday 28 April and Friday 5 May Year 11 geographers conducted their Physical Geography fieldwork in Regents Park.
Students completed species abundance surveys, hedgerow analysis and field sketches to investigate their overall title of ‘How does human activity impact the biodiversity of local ecosystems?’ Having analysed their data, students concluded that the closer you are to human activity, the less biodiversity (and biodiversity variation) there is in an ecosystem.
The Geography department is incredibly proud of the enthusiasm, dedication and resilience that students showed during the day. Well done Year 11! Now is the time to continue to apply your understanding of fieldwork to exam questions so you feel confident and ready for Paper 3!