To provide our pupils with a well-rounded knowledge and understanding of the world in which they live; by investigating the diversity of the physical and human processes that shape places across our planet, and the interaction of humans with the natural world.
To broaden the spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding of our students as they become well-rounded global citizens; and to develop their geographical skills which will help them in school and beyond.
The delivery of engaging lessons in and out of the classroom; aims to inspire our students towards becoming empathetic global citizens with a genuine wonder of the world they live in.
To develop the students we teach into global citizens; with an interest in the world around them in their years at school and beyond.
Mr G Bright (Head of Department)
Miss S Cain
Mr A Burke
Mr G Skelton
|Courses: Key Stage 3 – National Curriculum in years 7, 8 and 9 (half-termly geographical topics relating to a specific place).
Key Stage 4 –: GCSE Geography in years 10 and 11 – AQA (8035)
Key Stage 5: A level Geography in years 12 and 13 – AQA (7037)
As per the College calendar; indicated on our curriculum maps.
Out of Hours Activities (what, when,where):
Pre-school, break and lunch sessions available with Departmental staff.
PC facilities available for work in room G4 each Wednesday from 3:20 until 4:20.
|Department Website Links (including exam boards, revision sites etc):