Friday, 8 January 2010
Frozen Britain - Special Report
There are links to statistics, photographs, video reports and a whole host of other bits and pieces.
Visit the Frozen Britain page here
With Wiltshire and much of the country stuck under an area of high pressure sucking cold air down from the arctic and low pressure hovering over the corner of the south east of England, feeding in moist air, forecasters are predicting further snowfalls for Sunday as the moist air hits the cold air over the south of England which will then turn to snow. This next lot of snow could once again affect transport, businesses and schools in much of southern England on Monday.
Don't forget to keep up-to-date with the latest news on school closures on Monday via the Abbeyfield School website and the heart website
In the event of the school being closed on Monday, please remember that if you are in KS3, you have an Extended Learning Project to complete for Humanities this term. If you need a reminder of the task, you can download the instructions here.
In addition, if you are one of my Year 11 Geographers (How could I leave you out?!) I have set you a task which can be accessed by logging onto the Abbeyfield VLE
Posted by D.Drake
Labels: Frozen Britain Early 2010, GCSE Gg WJEC from 2009 - Theme 2: Natural Environment, KS3 Gg Wild Weather