Place Matters – Without Geography you are nowhere
To inspire a curiosity about the changing world in which we live. Place Matters.
Geography is engaging, interesting, relevant and dynamic.
You will be challenged to think creatively and sustainably in order to address and solve world issues.
|The Geography Team|
|Miss A Davidson||Faculty Leader - Geography|
|Mr M Carruthers||Assistant Headteacher - Teacher of Geography|
|Mr J Addy||Teacher of Geography|
|Mr S Hewick||Head of Year 10 and Teacher of Geography|
|Mr A Hornshaw||Teacher of Geography|
|Miss L Hull||Deputy Headteacher - Teacher of Geography|
|Miss S Kukuc||Headteacher - Teacher of Geography|
|Mr C Sinclair||Faculty Leader - PSHE, Personal Development, EPQ, Teacher of Geography|
|Mrs L Taylor||Assistant Headteacher - Teacher of Geography|
Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4
GCSE Geography - AQA
Homework and Additional Resources
All young people are encouraged to take an interest beyond the classroom in their ever-changing world; to engage with the news and to be curious about our planet. Homework is set to include this and includes:
In year 7 geography, students are set homework projects to complete. These are linked to the units they are studying at the time. In year 8, homework tasks are set in line with the school policy.
All students in years 7, 8 and 9 are encouraged to complete the Geography activities in their Learning Beyond the Classroom booklets.
In years 9 – 11, teachers set homework as appropriate. Homework will set to enhance learning not simply for the sake of setting homework. This may include written work, research or revision. In addition, students are encouraged to:
- Read the daily broadsheet newspapers (or their associated Apps) to develop knowledge and understanding of the world today. This is important to excel in Geography.
- Learn carefully and accurately the meaning of key words provided in class.
- Use the revision packs provided by the school in year 11.
Additional resources to support learning in GCSE Geography:
We also recommend the purchase of revision guides through the school to further assist students’ work outside the classroom.
N.B. Where required, passwords have been provided to students directly. For further support with passwords, please contact your Head of House.
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