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Regional Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Opportunities

The RGS-IBG supports a number of networks of geography teachers throughout the country.


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Find out about our upcoming London and regional conferences and events for teachers, along with details of how to book on to them.

  • Ascot: Led by Dan Cowling CGeog, Charters School.
  • Bancroft's, Essex: Led by Simon Oakes, Bancroft's School
  • Bath: Led by Dick Bateman CGeog
  • Brighton and Hove: Led by Graham Goldup CGeog and Maria Larkin CGeog, Cardinal Newman Catholic School
  • Bristol: Led by Garry Atterton CGeog, Castle School
  • Bristol: Led by Ben Cotton, St Katherine's School
  • Bromley: Led by RGS-IBG
  • Chesterfield: Led by Adrian Taylor CGeog, St Mary's RC High School
  • Exeter: Led by Rob Clemens CGeog, West Exe Technology College
  • Gloucestershire: Led by Garry Atterton CGeog, Castle School
  • Greater Birmingham: Led by Bob Lang CGeog and Paula Cooper CGeog, King Edward VI Five Ways School
  • Havering: Led by Judith Reed, Cooper's Company and Coborn School
  • Kent (Primary): Led by Gerard O'Sullivan CGeog, Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre
  • London: Led by RGS-IBG
  • Manchester: Led by James Foster, Xaverian Sixth Form College
  • Merseyside and Wirral: Led by Helen Gadsby, Liverpool Hope University
  • Mid Essex: Led by Graeme Eyre, Anglo European School
  • Milton Keynes: Led by Sarah Cowling, Oakgrove School
  • Nottingham: Led by RGS-IBG and Janet Northover, Nottingham Trent University
  • Peak District: Led by Sarah Wilks, Peak District National Park
  • Portsmouth: Led by David Rogers CGeog, Priory School
  • Reading: Led by Jan Norgaard, Reading School
  • South Ribble, Lancashire: Led by Ben Ward, Penwortham Girl's High School
  • Watford: Led by Judith Mansell CGeog and Julie Lloyd, Watford Grammar School for Boys
  • Weymouth: Led by Sam Temple CGeog, Budmouth Technology College
  • Wigan: Led by Andrea Wood, The Deanery High School

We are currently in discussions with teachers to possibly create networks in:

  • Dunstable
  • Ipswich
  • Northumberland
  • Peterborough
  • Suffolk
  • Tameside
  • Tring

Network events have also taken part in the following places over the past few years, although we are now currently looking for new leaders for these networks:

  • Hackney
  • Lambeth
  • Newcastle
  • Southampton
  • Stockton-on-Tees
  • Trafford
  • West Sussex

Want to run your own network?

We are looking for enthusiastic geography teachers to set up and run CPD networks in their local area. The RGS-IBG will provide full support, ensuring minimal administration for you. If you are interested in setting something up or would like the RGS-IBG to support a network you are already running please email Claire at c.wheeler@rgs.org or call 020 7591 3053.

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• Education training and CPD
• Fieldwork CPD
• Events for A Level Students
• Learning and Leading CPD
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