In the Geography department we are passionate about our subject and we strive to create exciting, imaginative and inspiring experiences that support students in their Geographical learning. The study of Geography is a diverse and thrilling experience which is vital to young people today. It allows students to develop an excellent understanding of a wide range of factors which have shaped the world today, while also supporting a greater understanding of the world we live in today and developing empathy and understanding of the greater global community.
The Geography course at Key Stage 3 provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge to access the AQA GCSE (9-1) Geography course in Key Stage 4. Students cover a wide range of subjects which build the foundation for learning needed for a successful GCSE course such as key Geographical skills, and key themes in physical and human Geography. Students will also begin to practise the vital exam skills which are needed in the GCSE course such as questions which ask students to make an informed choice about a topic and justify their answer.
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Key Stage 4
AQA GCSE (9-1) Geography
Living with the physical environment
• 3.1.1 Section A: The challenge of natural hazards
• 3.1.2 Section B: The living world
• 3.1.3 Section C: Physical landscapes in the UK
Challenges in the human environment
• 3.2.1 Section A: Urban issues and challenges
• 3.2.2 Section B: The changing economic world
• 3.2.3 Section C: The challenge of resource management
• 3.3.1 Section A: Issue evaluation
• 3.3.2 Section B: Fieldwork
• 3.4 Geographical skills
Please visit the AQA Website for further information.
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Enrichment Opportunities for Geography
Please see the current Academy Enrichment Programme Booklet" for details of enrichment opportunities in this subject area.