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Lower Sixth Geographers enjoyed a day out exploring place perception, social inequality and regeneration in Stratford as part of their A-level fieldwork. They gathered data on two adjacent postcodes: E20, a byword for regeneration, and E15, one of the most deprived parts of the UK. The skills and real-life case study knowledge gained on the trip will be useful in their A-level year and beyond.