The two maps below illustrate a school present and how it will look like in 2025.
Overall, general structures, such as, school and sports building and football court, remain the same. However, the playground and basketball courts will be reduced, while parking areas will be split into three, dispersing in the campus in 2025.
In the first map, school is surrounded by a road, and some houses are alongside the road. Parking area, which is located in the north, provides 200 spaces. School building, roughly in the middle of the diagram, is surrounded by playground, basketball and tennis courts, and canteen on it left side.
In the future plan, general structures will be kept the same: school building and football court. The road will still locate at the same place, and also the houses next to it. The first noticeable change is that playground will be roughly halved, and the original space will be replaced by basketball and tennis courts. Secondly, a roundabout, in the north-east, is added to connect the original paring space and staff parking area. Finally, where the canteen is, in the north-west, will be a science building.
Very good answer Judy. Your structure and overview are very good. I like that you have clear topic sentences which make it easier for the examiner to read. You also have lots of very good vocabulary: “roughly halved”, “in the north-east”, “to connect the…”. You also have lots of very good sentence structures: “Finally, where the canteen is, in the north-west, will be a science building”.
However, there are some small grammar mistakes “a school IN THE present and how it will look in 2025” (without “like”), “In the first map, the school …”, “the parking area”, “the road will still be located in the same place”