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Aims:

 

  • Acquire and develop Geographical knowledge and understanding of places and themes around the world

  • Make use of a wide range of precise Geographical vocabulary ◦Analyse geographical patterns, processes and change

  • Appreciate the interactions within and between the physical and human environments

  • Appreciate the interdependence of places

  • Learn the processes that have determined the formation of distinctive landforms from contrasting environments

  • Undertake and be able to compare, a range of studies at widening scales and in contrasting places and environments

  • Apply their Geographical knowledge and understanding in unfamiliar contexts

  • Select and make effective use of skills and techniques to support their geographical investigations

  • Appreciate the limitations of Geographical evidence and the tentative and incomplete nature of some explanations

 

 

About:

This is an option which is extremely popular at GCSE. Geography has recently run fieldtrips to The London Docklands, Epping Forest and Suffolk.

Key Stage 3

 

Map skills, Weather and Climate, Globalisation, Forest Hill enquiry.

 

Weathering & Erosion, Population, Rivers and Coasts, Impossible Places, India and Environmental Issues.

Key Stage 4

 

Natural hazards, Development & Inequalities, The Living World.

 

Changing Urban Environments, Globalisation, Tourism, The Living World, The Coastal zone; Restless Earth,

Covent Garden field trip.

Key Stage 5

 

Coastal Landscapes, Changing spaces: Making places, Geographical Debates.

 

Earth Hazards, Ecosystems & environments under threat, Development & inequalities & 1 piece of coursework 

 
 

 

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