Very excited UIV geographers set out this week to investigate how successful Chessington World of Adventures is as part of their tourism unit. This involved them undertaking a questionnaire, counting people at different places in the park and carrying out an environmental quality survey. They also had to draw a field sketch to show how the park's development is limited by tree height because it is in the Green Belt of London. Once they had completed the work they were free to sample a few rides too! Back at School they will use their results to present their data, analyse their results and come to a conclusion about the success of the park; all skills they will need next year when they begin their GCSE study.