This week the year 13 geography students took a trip to Liverpool as part of their NEA. They investigated the microclimate and collected primary data including temperature, light, wind speed and building height. They also walked to the Baltic Triangle to investigate the impacts of gentrification in this more edgy, creative and innovative part of the city. They were able to practice techniques such as questionnaires, environmental quality surveys and annotating photographs. These data collection methods will be used in their own individual investigations.