Colouring London aims to collect information on every building in London, to help make the city more sustainable
Colouring London aims to collect information on every building in London, to help make the city more sustainable.
The Society’s education team has worked in partnership with the Colouring London team at The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, Historic England and the RIBA, to develop a series of resources for teachers showing how to incorporate Colouring London into the curriculum:
KS2/3 – Fieldwork – Mapping my local area
KS5 - Using GIS to map sustainability
KS5/NEA – Mapping urban regeneration
Collecting, analysing and communicating data gathered through fieldwork.
Interpreting a range of sources of geographical information, including maps and Geographical Information Systems (GIS).
Communicating geographical information through maps.
Using fieldwork to observe, measure, record and present the human features in the local area using plans and digital technologies.
Understanding, through the use of detailed place-based exemplars at the local scale the issues around population and urbanisation.
Teaching sustainability across the curriculum.
Local area study
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