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Interviews with CGeog (Teachers)

We receive applications for Chartered Geographer (Teacher) from Heads of Geography and Humanities to Outdoor Education Advisors and Teacher Trainers.

  • Mary Sandell, previously an Advanced Skills Teacher, now Deputy Head Teacher at The The Forest School, was awarded Chartered Geographer status in 2006, read interview (PDF)
  • Paul Hunt, Head of Geography at The Appleton School in Essex, was one of the first teachers to be awarded Chartered Geographer (Teacher) status, read interview (PDF)
  • John Cannings is a geography teacher at the Intercommunity School in Switzerland. John was awarded CGeog status in 2005, read interview (PDF)
  • Tessa Willy is a Primary Geography PGCE Tutor at the Institute of Education, before which she was a primary and secondary geography teacher and also an education consultant. She was awarded Chartered Geographer status in 2005, read interview (PDF)
  • Richard Simpson is an Outdoor Education Advisor for Service Children’s Education in Germany. In December 2006 he was awarded Chartered Geographer status, read interview (PDF)
  • Adam Nichols is a National Strategy Teaching and Learning Consultant for Sunderland LA. He was awarded Chartered Geographer status in 2005, read interview (PDF)
  • Melanie Barker is an Assistant Headteacher at Highfields School in Matlock. She was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2006, read interview (PDF)
  • Mark Jones is a Secondary Geography PGCE Tutor at the University of the West of England, Bristol. He was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2007, read interview (PDF)
  • Rebecca Kitchen is a Head of Geography at Aylesbury High School in Buckinghamshire. She was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2007, read interview (PDF)
  • Jonathan Powell is Deputy Headteacher at Clitheroe Royal Grammar School in Lancashire. He was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2007, read interview (PDF)
  • Peter Evea was a Secondary National Strategy Foundation Subjects/Teaching and Learning Consultant at County Durham CYPS Education Development Service. He was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2008, read interview (PDF)
  • Paula Cooper was Head of Geography at King Edward VI Fiveways School in Birmingham. Paula was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2005, read interview (PDF)
  • Lawrence Collins is Head of Geography at Lincoln Minster School. He was awarded CGeog status in 2005, read interview (PDF)
  • Malcolm Wright is a Geography Consultant from Kent. He was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2007, read interview (PDF)
  • Claire Sladden is a Geography and Assessment Specialist. She was awarded CGeog status is 2009, read interview (PDF)
  • Alan Kinder was an Advisory Teacher for Geography before becoming the Chief Executive of the Geographical Association. He was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2008, read interview (PDF)
  • Liz Crisp is Head of Geography at St Margarets School in Aberdeen. She was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2009, read interview (PDF)
  • Helen Young is a Geography Teacher at The Friary School in Staffordshire. She was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2008, read interview (PDF)
  • John Rutter is Principal Teacher of Geography at North Berwick High School in Scotland. He was awarded Chartered Geographer (Teacher) status in 2010, read interview (PDF)
  • Matthew Morgan is Deputy Headmaster at Sir Thomas Rich’s School in Gloucester. He was awarded Chartered Geographer (Teacher) status in 2009, read interview (PDF)
  • Rob Clemens is Head of Geography at West Exe Technology College in Devon. He was awarded Chartered Geographer (Teacher) status in 2010, read interview (PDF)
  • Paul Ganderton is a Senior Geography Coordinator at Sydney Boys High School in Australia. He was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2010, read interview (PDF)
  • Adrian Manning is Head of Geography at St Helena School in Essex. He was awarded CGeog (Teacher) status in 2010, read interview (PDF)

Spotlight on a CGeog

Hear about the activities, websites and other interesting things Chartered Geographers are up to.

Read more about the activities of our Chartered Geographer (Teachers) (PDF).

If you are a Chartered Geographer and would like to be featured in the spotlight section, please email Claire at cgeogteacher@rgs.org.

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