Year 13 students visited the Cofrentes Nuclear Power Plant Information Centre. As assignment, the students had to study the production of energy in a power station, the problems associated with changes in demand and supply and to evaluate the success of the power stations.
At the Information Center, multimedia was available to explain the operation of a nuclear power plant and in particular that of Cofrentes.
The students were able to enjoy a presentation adapted to their level, supported by projections, panels and models. The visit consisted of exhibitions, films and debates for which the students prepared questions related to their studies. At the end, a discussion/talk time was opened and a collection of information leaflets was given to each of them to help them extend their knowledge.
This visit is an important aspect of the A-Level Geography course and helps students’ understanding, so we were delighted that the Year 13 students had the opportunity to see these aspects of the curriculum in a more original and privileged way.
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