Both 2nd Year Geography classes learned about contour lines this week in class using potatoes. Contour lines are lines drawn on a map connecting points of equal elevation.
Our Sixth Year Geography students on their recent field trip to Liscannor Bay with the Burren Outdoor Education Centre where they investigated the impact of Abrasion and Attrition in shaping the coastal landscape. The Field trip is worth 20% of their Leaving Certificate grade.
The 6th year Geography class enjoying their field trip the the Liscannor Bay Area, Co. Clare, pictured with their teacher Ms. Curtin
Hazelwood College Sixth Year Geography students are pictured showing their support for Hazelwood College Paralympian Bronze Medallist Noelle Lenihan while on their trip to the Burren as part of their Laving Certificate studies. Despite being miles from home, completing their Leaving Certificate Geography Investigation, they took time to celebrate their fellow Hazewood College student’s amazing success. Pictured are (back row left to right) Ciara Ahern, Jack Hennessy, Patricia Galvin, Caoimhe Ryan, Chloe Reidy, Sean Madigan, Pierce Curtin, Micheal Begley, Keith Coughlan, James Guidera, Ronan O’Keeffe, Timmy Larkin, Damien Burke, Darragh Lane, Diarmuid Murphy, Aisling Cunningham, Eoin Considine, Mary Kate Sherlock, Enya O’Donnell and Ms Maria Curtin, Hazelwood College Geography teacher. Front Row: Jacqueline McCarthy, Micheal Nolan and Sean Twohig.
Hazelwood College Geography students are pictured in the Burren in the course of their fieldtrip there as part of their Leaving Certificate studies. The students were able to use the knowledge they gained in the course of their field trip to prepare for the Investigation element of their Leaving Certificate studies. Pictured are the following ( from left to right) Ciara Ahern, Jack Hennessy, Patricia Galvin, Caoimhe Ryan, Chloe Reidy, Sean Madigan, Pierce Curtin, Micheal Begley, Keith Coughlan, James Guidera, Ronan O’Keeffe, Timmy Larkin, Damien Burke, Darragh Lane, Diarmuid Murphy, Aisling Cunningham, Eoin Considine, Mary Kate Sherlock, Enya O’Donnell and Ms Maria Curtin, Hazelwood College Geography teacher. Front Row (left to right): Jacqueline McCarthy, Micheal Nolan and Sean Twohig.
The second year geography class recently visited the Burren in Co. Clare for a fieldtrip, below are some photos from the day
Picture 1: Hazelwood College 2D students pictured during their recent fieldtrip to the Burren.
Picture 2: Hazelwood College students pictured in the course of their recent guided fieldtrip to the Burren.
Picture 3: Hazelwood College students Darragh Ryan (left) and Connor Davy (right) at the Burren Interpretative Centre during their recent fieldtrip there.
Picture 4: Conor Stack (left) and Jack Pierce (right) at the Burren Interpretative Centre during the recent 2D fieldtrip.
Hazelwood College sixth year Geography students are pictured on their fieldtrip to Liscannor Bay Region. They are (from left to right) Jason Shanahan, Evan Coleman, Gerry O’ Brien, Alex Culhane, Owen Cunningham, Dan Noonan, Ms Maria Curtin, Geography teacher at Hazelwood College, Laoise Bennis, Roisin Cunningham, Sharon Carmody, Azara Collins and Siobhain Kelly
Sixth Year Geography students from Hazelwood College are pictured here on their visit to the Burren region in Clare, as part of their Leaving Certificate studies. They are pictured here receiving instruction on their Geographical Investigation of the Burren. Pictured are (from left to right) Alan Mc Aree, Mariah Culloty, Padraig Aherne, Alan Cronin, Ciara Mc Carthy, Kieran Guina, Aisling Stack, John Walsh, Shane Murphy, Roisin Noonan, Lyon Lenihan, Grainne Fitzgibbon, Lorriane Morrissey, Selina Kiely, Darragh O’ Brien, Sam Long, Bridget O’ Leary, Rachel Lane and Sophie Connelly.