We see Geography as an essential subject for all highly educated citizens of the world
Pupils in Key Stage Three follow a carefully designed programme to suit the new National Curriculum. It covers such diverse topics as disasters, development and ecosystems. Each pupil will complete a Home Learning Project in Year Seven and Year Eight. Our curriculum aims to offer opportunities for varied learning within the class and enriching out of class learning experiences (such as fieldwork, creative design and role play).
GCSE Geography is offered as an option at the end of Year Eight. GCSE pupils study for three years and currently undertake the OCR B specification. Key Stage Four pupils have three lessons each week and will be offered the opportunity to participate in fieldwork and further out of class learning. GCSE Geography is a well-regarded qualification at schools and Sixth Form colleges and a must have for pupils wishing to study A level Geography and beyond.