Click here for the knowledge organiser Ecosystems Knowledge Organiser Local ecosystems are often small-scale ecosystems such as ponds, hedgerows or woodlands. Global ecosystems are large-scale ecosystems such as tropical rainforests, deciduous woodlands or deserts. These are called biomes. Any ecosystem is made up of plants, animals and their surrounding physical environment including soil, rainwater and sunlight….
Watch the itinerary for The King’s School Iceland trip You can download a letter and reply form here Invitation letter If you require further details, please contact Miss J Senior – email@example.com
https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/ng-interactive/2016/apr/25/stories-survival-hope-nepal-earthquake-photo-essay This report is a year later Mr Banks
There is loads that you can start revising now. Over the next few weeks, we will upload revision guides for each topic (Natural Hazards already uploaded) The following websites have some very useful information which should be being used now to support your learning and to revise topics we have already studied. New BBC Bitesize…
Click on the link below to download the revision guide for Natural Hazards that you covered in Year 10. If you want a hard copy, let your teacher know and they will print one out ——>>Y11 Natural Hazards Revision Guide <<—— The Challenge of Natural Hazards Natural Hazard: A natural event that has the…
Downloadable Year 9 workbook – click below Year 9 Prep booklet
Click here to open summer homework booklet (opens in Word) Intro Booklet