Year 6 worked with UCL to look at air quality around the local area. Three first year Chemistry students visited in October and discussed what was causing pollution. They worked with the children to identify places that the class predicted would have poor air quality, and places that would be better because there were fewer cars, lorries, vans and buses. They then tested each of these areas and reported back in December.
Kings Cross was worse and Richmond Crescent was best.
This is the link to the project's findings across London.