Rushden Academy Geography

Rushden Academy Geography
Rushden Academy Geography

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So many primary and secondary impacts of the La Soufriere eruption. Full article at St Vincent volcano: 'We don't know if we can go home' https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-56726773 #lasoufriere #stvincent #stvincentandthegrenadines #volcanoes #volcano #volcanoeruption #geography #geographyteacher #gcsegeography @bbcnews

Looks like a great competition to get involved in! How to@enter: https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/2XEG-8BU/spell-songs-artwork?fbclid=IwAR1JmLsX-9TcIXo0JjAWbCFkPi1OVdzlmrSTFQwa6P1EJpujs6FtKajx0-8_aem_ARi61yYA8SrflcdeYeJjgfSzVaDGEAoalpYyH3CJFfpS4gO1I-I3LoJSb7HM4C13rwhdj_Rv4_lR_XT6sWzpIM19RsG9Jms7gPEAGOxzkcmQ-FS3liFFst6D3ZWShq_HscI #geography #naturalhistorymuseum #naturalworld #artcompetition #naturalhistory @natural_history_museum

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Looks like a great competition to get involved in! How to@enter: https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/2XEG-8BU/spell-songs-artwork?fbclid=IwAR1JmLsX-9TcIXo0JjAWbCFkPi1OVdzlmrSTFQwa6P1EJpujs6FtKajx0-8_aem_ARi61yYA8SrflcdeYeJjgfSzVaDGEAoalpYyH3CJFfpS4gO1I-I3LoJSb7HM4C13rwhdj_Rv4_lR_XT6sWzpIM19RsG9Jms7gPEAGOxzkcmQ-FS3liFFst6D3ZWShq_HscI #geography #naturalhistorymuseum #naturalworld #artcompetition #naturalhistory @natural_history_museum

3D rainfall map of the UK - spot a correlation between rainfall and relief?! #geography #scotland #gcsegeography #geographyteacher

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3D rainfall map of the UK - spot a correlation between rainfall and relief?! #geography #scotland #gcsegeography #geographyteacher

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A heart warming tale to tell the grandchildren on those long cold winter evenings. Plus, it makes a great focal point in the living room. Stick a pane of glass on it and call it a coffee table 🤷‍♂️ #austria #tyrol #tirol #geography #geografie #gcsegeography #geographyteacher #mountains

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Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Despite having lived right next to the bridge, I never had the stomach to cross it! I’m very jealous of those braver than me, you must have had an incredible view of the canyon! #capilnosuspensionbridge #northvancouver #vancouver #britishcolumbia #geography #amazingplaces

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This type of apprenticeship looks like a great opportunity for keen geographers! https://apprenticeshipguide.co.uk/success-stories-royal-town-planning-institute-a-day-in-the-life-of-a-chartered-town-planner-apprentice/ #geography #geographyteacher #geographycareers #townplanning #gcsegeography

Of the 5000+ islands that make up Great Britain, here are the largest! Circled is my “home” island, Bute 😊 #geography #geographyteacher #gcsegeography #britishislands #islands #bute #isleofbute

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Of the 5000+ islands that make up Great Britain, here are the largest! Circled is my “home” island, Bute 😊 #geography #geographyteacher #gcsegeography #britishislands #islands #bute #isleofbute

Very interesting visualisation showing the largest cities by population. #geography #geographyteacher #gcsegeography #humangeography #megacities

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Very interesting visualisation showing the largest cities by population. #geography #geographyteacher #gcsegeography #humangeography #megacities

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Bangladesh is 50 years old! Over the past five decades, Bangladesh has transformed itself from being an economic "basket case" to one of the fastest growing economies in the world. At the time of independence in 1971, Bangladesh's economy was in tatters, a result of the bloody liberation war. Over 80% of the population were living in extreme poverty.     In the following years, the country struggled with military coups, political turmoil, poverty and famine.  In the 1970s, it was argued that "if development is possible in Bangladesh, it is possible in any other country," Mustafizur Rahman, an economist at Bangladesh's Center for Policy Dialogue, told DW. He added that the South Asian country was viewed as "the test case" of development. But fast forward to today, the situation has dramatically changed for the better.  Norwegian social researcher Eirik G. Jansen said that in 2009 when he returned to a Bangladeshi village after a gap of nearly three and a half decades, he was surprised to see the remarkable improvement in socio-economic development and people's income levels.  "Their incomes increased tenfold. It meant they could buy at least 10-15 kilograms of rice with their daily wages," Jansen told DW. From 1976 to 1980, he lived with several impoverished families in a village in Manikganj district. "If you have five or six people in your household and you come home with just one and a half kilograms of rice, you can hardly feed the entire family," Jansen said. "Severe poverty meant many people lacked enough food. Health and education services hardly existed. Many people became sick, and many died in their 40s and 50s due to diseases that could have been prevented if they had good nutrition. Many children also died," the expert added. Article: dw.com #bangladesh #bangladesh🇧🇩 #bangladeshindependenceday #dhaka #geography #geographyteacher #economicdevelopment #gcsegeography