Geography Society is a place where anyone in the school can come to express their passion and interest for Geography. Presentations and documentaries are shown weekly on topics ranging from Quirky Borders to Animal Adaptations to the Bermuda Triangle (a topic on which we have just had a presentation recently). Avid Geographers all migrate to Room 24, where, on Tuesday lunchtimes, a plethora of Geography topics are discussed. Later on this term, we will be discussing topics from the peak of Mount Everest, to the dark mysterious tunnels of the London Underground. Geography Society is a place where students can indulge in both their lunch and the vast abundance of information presented to them.
Some lunchtimes, we watch documentaries by David Attenborough and Ade Adepitan and are immersed in the natural world as we join them on their exploits throughout the world. They discuss many prevailing topics in today's modern world and inspire us to take action to lessen the impacts of global crises such as climate change. We all learn something new whilst sharing our love for Geography with other Geographers through weekly quizzes at the end of each presentation. We are always looking for new students who are passionate about Geography to join our club and are looking forward to the many upcoming presentations in the new half-term. Remember to come to Geog. Soc on Tuesday lunchtimes in Room 24 to see the natural world in a whole new perspective!
Article by Amey, Krish and Vivaan (9B2)