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Running a successful department

Find out more about how to get the best out of you and your department, including how to become a Chartered Geographer (Teacher), raising the profile of geography within your school and getting involved in the Society's professional development or grants programmes.

This section also provides information on GCSE and A Level specifications, as well as a results analysis and details about the latest education policies.

Getting the best out of you

Chartered Geographer (Teacher) » Chartered Geographer (Teacher) »
Becoming a perfect NQT » Becoming a perfect NQT »
Becoming a Head of Department » Becoming a Head of Department »
Schools & Education » Good to outstanding teaching »
CPD advice and guidance » CPD advice and guidance »
Online CPD » Online CPD »
Events, CPD and training » CPD events, training and networks »
Teaching grants » Teaching grants »
Teaching awards Teaching awards »
Fellowship » Join the Society as a Fellow »
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Getting the best out of your department

Education Policy » Good to outstanding department »
Websites and resources » Teaching resources »
Geography Ambassadors » Raising the profile of geography »
Interview questions » Interview questions »
Support for fieldwork » Fieldwork ideas and guidance »
School membership » Join the Society as a School Member »
Geography Quality Marks » Geography Quality Marks »

Examination and policy information

Schools policy Schools policy »
National Curriculum National Curriculum
Exam specifications and results » Results analysis »
A Level specifications » A Level specifications »
GCSE specifications » GCSE specifications »
Access to past papers » Access to past papers »

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