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Geography instils in students a curiosity about the world around them. It teaches a range of skills to allow students to explore and develop a better understanding of the Earth; its people, environments and societies.  It challenges students to understand the relationships between people and the environment, embracing the complexities of understanding when tackling real world issues.

“Without geography you’re nowhere.”


Mrs Whitefoot – Curriculim Leader Humanities
Mrs Eddy 
Miss Swindells

KS3 – Year 7: Introduction to Physical and Human Geography

  • The Growing World
  • Ecosystems
  • Weather and Climate
  • Asia
  • Map skills
  • Fieldwork skills

Year 8: The Geography of the United Kingdom

  • Africa
  • Extreme Environments
  • Tourism
  • Russia
  • Dynamic Earth
  • Global Issues



KS4 AQA Geography – GCSE students deepen their understanding of the world through studying the following topics:

Paper 1 – Living with the physical environment

The challenge of natural hazards
The living world
Physical landscapes in the UK (Coasts and Rivers)

Paper 2 – Challenges in the Human Environment

Urban issues and challenges
The changing economic world
The challenge of resource management

Paper 3 – Geographical Application and Skills

Issue Evaluation – decision making exercise based on a current global issues.

Fieldwork – two compulsory field trips exploring a human and physical geographical enquiry.

Geographical Skills – developing and applying a range of geographical skills