Golborne High School receives geography quality mark

Year nine pupils Megan Hughes, Steven Leigh, Amie Shannon and Anthony Roe with teacher Stephen Daley, who put together the school’s geography entry

Year nine pupils Megan Hughes, Steven Leigh, Amie Shannon and Anthony Roe with teacher Stephen Daley, who put together the school’s geography entry

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GEOGRAPHY students and staff have put Golborne High School on the map.

For the second time the school has been awarded the secondary geography quality mark (SGQM) by The Geographical Association.

This week pupils also helped to celebrate the British Council’s International Education Week 2012.

They are studying a project on sustainability and are in contact with penfriends in France and Spain.

Golborne High School’s international work includes working with Rotarians as part of the Ashanti project, international letter writing and e-twinning with Poland and Spain.

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