Here is an insight into what teachers have had to say about why they have visited the Coca-Cola London Eye with their pupils:
- A better understanding of the architecture and history of London.
- An overview of the damage caused to our capital city during WW2
- Awareness of London's main physical and Human features & aerial spatial awareness
- Compare geographical landscapes
- Greater understanding of the capital, the differences in architecture
- Learn more about the River Thames and to provide knowledge and understanding to go alongside The London Eye mystery - the book the year group were studying.
- Map drawing and reading of London landmarks
- Path of the river, settlements on the river and implications of flooding for London
- To be able to write a descriptive recount of visit, to learn more about the geography of London, and to investigate the design and structure of London Eye
- To gain an understanding of how London is centred around the Thames
- To have an improved knowledge of London's most historic landmarks.
- To know the geographical location of the London Eye and its surroundings
- To learn, to say and understand specific new vocabulary related to the visit
- To see London landmarks and compare them to 1666
- To understand how the skyline of London has changed
- To understand about the history of our capital city
- To write a descriptive piece of English.
- Understanding of design, impact on environment, culture and tourism
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