In Geography we seek to inspire a generation of independent young adults who have the breadth of knowledge and drive to create positive futures for the world around us. In learning about processes on a range of scales, our pupils will develop an appreciation of how the world around them works.

Our curriculum focuses on engaging pupils in the physical, human and environmental realms of Geography allowing for the development of independent geographical enquiry. Pupils will investigate contemporary issues and challenges faced on local, national and global scales, whilst developing valuable interdisciplinary skills such as evaluative, analytical, numeracy and literacy skills.

Key themes studied include:

• Natural hazards
• The living world
• Physical landscapes
• Urban issues and challenges
• The developing world
• Management of resources


Curriculum Overview

The curriculum overview for Geography


The Geography Team:

Mr L Griffin - Curriculum leader for geography
Miss E Wilkinson
Mr P Lane
Mrs C Clarke
Mrs C Dobson
Mr S Tasker
Miss E Burleigh

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