We actively introduce students to the many exciting and relevant benefits of studying geography, widening their perception of the subject and encouraging them to pursue it beyond the compulsory stages. We do it by presenting the wide range of career options and working with undergraduate, postgraduate and graduate geographers from universities and organisations to act as Ambassadors for geography in the classroom and beyond.
Through the Alexander Awards Summer School, we have also supported students from across the UK to participate in a fully funded geographical fieldwork summer school at the end of their first year of A Level and Higher Studies. The focus has been to support students who may not, through a range of circumstances, have had the opportunity to participate in a high quality residential fieldwork before and who would benefit most from such an experience.
These online profiles present a wide range of careers and jobs available if you choose geography.
The scheme recruits, trains and supports undergraduate, postgraduate and graduate geographers from universities and businesses to act as ambassadors for geography in the classroom and beyond.
An exciting opportunity for A Level and Higher Studies to undertake a wide range of fieldwork tasks to develop their confidence in using geographical skills.
We support geography teachers by providing engaging teaching resources and regular CPD workshops. Our Teacher Training Scholarship programme also helped support trainee teachers.
This theme explores the history of the Caribbean in the 1900s through images which illustrate everyday life
In this podcast we're joined by Dr Pat Noxolo to discuss the ways in which Caribbean people deploy creative energy to live with the everyday effects of insecurity, poverty, inequality and violence
What is gender equality and why is it so important to geography?
We actively try to ensure the geography curriculum is inclusive and relevant to young people.
Our response stresses that geography makes a distinctive and important contribution to learning about Africa and its diaspora in relation to teaching pupils about their contemporary and geographically diverse nature.
Our response to this consultation rejects the proposals on the basis that they would introduce inequality into the assessment of GCSE geography in 2022.
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