Howard blogs about the recent Typhoon that hit Hong Kong.

The Strongest Typhoon that Hong Kong ever had Super Typhoon (Category 3) Mangkuht has just hit Hong Kong on Sunday (16/09/2018) in the morning in Hong Kong time. Although it is not the strongest typhoon in the western Pacific ever, it damaged Hong Kong very badly. Mangkhut has skirted 100km to the south of Hong […]

Is it possible to manipulate the weather?

  Talvin Gill Year 10 For my scholars’ talk I decided to talk about if it was possible to manipulate the weather and more specifically if it is possible to prevent rain or on the other hand is it possible to induce rain. Nevertheless, when I thought of what I wanted to talk about a […]

Mollie blogs on the Beast from the East!

  The ‘Beast from the East’ arrives at Stamford!   After cold and snowy conditions hitting the country this week, it has left Stamford High School low on numbers as many students and teachers are unable to get in. Temperatures have reached lows of -8 and there have been areas with 12 inches of snow. […]

Chloe and Calum Blog on the SES Geography Iceland Trip.

Iceland 2017 GCSE Geography Field Trip During the October half term, a very lucky group of Year 11 Geographers, ourselves included, got the incredible opportunity to visit Iceland for four days and see the various wonders it has to offer. After a rather early start on Friday morning, we all set off eagerly to Heathrow, […]

Aragon and Zoe blog about Lincoln University lecture on Megacities and Earthquakes.

Review of the Geography Lecture at Lincoln University On a mild mid-September night a fortnight ago, we went to the first Geographical Association lecture in the new academic year, which was offered to all sixth form geography students.  It was based at Bishop Grosseteste University, about an hour away from school. We left at 6pm […]