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Climate Change Conference 2010 hosted by Hardenhuish School

 4 of our students participated in a Climate change conference hosted by Hardenhuish school . The conference was a 3 day event starting with guest speakers on Climate change in the morning and  our students recording a live feed explaining the country we were asked to represent, which was Bangladesh.

Thursday we went to London and experienced the London eye and a boat trip down the Thames followed by the flood barrier tour. This trip was to show the students the devastation and buildings we could lose due to climate change and the defences our capital have in place.

Friday was by far the most challenging day as our students wrote a resolution paper followed by a power point presentation, which was then presented at the conference hall in Trowbridge in front of 11 other schools.

Our students did exceptionally well and proved their knowledge and understanding of Climate Change so much so that we were awarded Bronze which was a fantastic achievement for all of them.

Miss Whishart and Myself Mrs Bruce would like to congratulate Jordan Wheeler, Jamie Creese, Calum Carter & Dean surgey for all their hard work over the 3 day conference and for representing our school in such a positive way

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  1. Anne Partridge
    June 28, 2010 at 10:45

    I add my congratulations to our A,G& T students. We are all very proud of you.

    Climate change has always occurred but I am sure we will manage any forecast disasters successfully if the future is dependent on such talented youngsters.

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