Paper 1: Wednesday 22nd May (1 1/2 hours)
Paper 2: Thursday 6th June (1 1/2 hours)
Paper 3: Thursday 13th June (2 1/2 hours)
Paper 1: Tuesday 21st May (1 hour)
Paper 2: Wednesday 5th June (1 hour)
Paper 3: Thursday 13th June (1 1/2 hours)
Well done to Rufus B, Year 11, for producing this excellent 4 minute clip of the coastline around Covesea and Cummingston. An excellent film for learning about coastal processes!
Click the image to view the video
The 1919 Paris Peace Conference promised to remake the world. But today, its vision of nationhood looks increasingly under threat – An excellent read ahead of the start of the Power and Borders topic.
The economic gap between the south and north of England has widened since the UK voted to leave the EU, according to new forecasts of regional economic growth published by the Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence.
‘His foundation has spent $200m since 2011 funding reinvented toilets that kill germs and extinguish smells on the spot’
Hazardous Earth topic
Why did the eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego volcano kill over 62 people?
More on the deadly pyroclastic flows that have killed dozens in Guatemala via The Conversation website
This is a great hazard map produced by the EU’s Emergency Response Coordination Centre:
Why the latest Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo can probably be contained.
Power and Borders
Why France, the UK, Japan and others must join forces as mid sized powers to face up to the US and China.
Left behind: can anyone save the towns the economy forgot? Soaring antidepressant usage, falling life expectancy: Blackpool embodies much of what is going wrong on the fringes of Britain.
Europe is sending African migrants home. Will they stay? – Facing horrible conditions in Libya, many Africans are accepting free flights home. But some are ashamed to return