Understand the physical and human geography of Modern Europe. Create a 'European' map with key physical features. Research a European capital city. Examine the weather from each of Europe’s climate zones.
Learn about the human and physical geography of France, including its climate zones. Discover the art of Cézanne, Seurat and Morisot and where their works are located geographically.
Become a professional footballer in Germany, learn about your team and its region's geographic features. Go with the Brothers Grimm into the Black Forest to discover how the landscape influenced traditional tales.
Join the world’s top cyclists through Spain. Stop off en-route to try classic Spanish cooking. Learn about dish origins and thier links to the geography of Andalusia, Valencia and the Cantabrian Mountains.
Discover the four Russian biomes to protect them for future generations. Become a Biome Coordinator and put on a biome exhibition, including food chain mobiles, adaptation fold-ups and a large scale model of your biome.
Travel to Italy's alpine scenery and vast mountain ranges. Take a trip back to CE 79 and the fateful day that Mt Vesuvius erupted. Why do Italians settle at the foot of Southern Italy's volcanoes? Would you run the risk?
Study the geography and winter sports of Norway in preparation for a 'top trumps'-style briefing of sports executives for the winter Olympics. Consider forces and friction challenges.