Climate Change on the agenda for Young Geographers Club

Last term at St George's Junior School the Young Geographers Club learnt all about deforestation in a special talk from guest speaker Paul Baker. 

This term, the Club are learning all about climate change and Mr Baker, who is a Chartered Geographer and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, returned to the Junior School to inform the children once more.

The Young Geographers Club, pupils from St James C of E Primary School and parents welcomed Mr baker back to The Rainbow Room on Thursday 18 January, to discuss climate change and the effects of this taking place around the world.

Once again, Mr Baker provided some shocking statistics about the effects of climate change and how the world is warming up. He explained what climate change is, how it is changing the world in which we live and what solutions there were to solving this problem.

The children were fascinated by the talk and had lots of questions for our guest speaker at the end, including what they could do help to stop things like global warming happening.

St George's would like to thank Paul Baker for coming to speak to the children.

25 January 2018

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