Primary teacher CPD - strengthening geography in the primary phase

This CPD day for primary teachers, led by Dr Paula Owens, will look at developing and teaching a worthwhile geography curriculum and building progression in geography. An additional session will be led on primary fieldwork, with some practical work outside.

Launching the ‘Geography and Education Research Group’ of the RGS-IBG

To celebrate the Higher Education Research Group becoming the Geography and Education Research Group (GeogEd) we are hosting a two-day conference and workshop event at University of the West of England.

What’s your data doing? Developing data-led fieldwork, in partnership with WJEC / Eduqas

Join us at our Data Skills in Geography training event, led by RGS-IBG Data Skills Champions Chloe Searl and Dawn Thomas, which will help you to plan your NEA fieldwork.

EVC update workshop- December

This course gives EVCs at all schools the opportunity to look into current material in more depth and share good practice with other EVCs.

Educational visits coordinator training

A full day workshop that supports Educational Visits Coordinators (EVCs) in their roles by covering the legal and practical procedures required of their position.

Financial Times for schools: workshop for teachers

Workshop in partnership with the Financial Times. This workshop will include ideas for using data-rich FT content available through the Free FT for schools scheme. There will also be an opportunity for teachers to consider, discuss and share how different content might be used in the geography classroom.

Embedding data skills

Andy Owen will lead a workshop on embedding data skills across the GCSE and A Level curriculum. He will provide practical ideas for incorporating data skills into your teaching of different topics and also discuss fieldwork. 

Practising historical geography

Annual one-day conference for undergraduate and postgraduate historical geographers, with keynote lectures, practical workshops on research methods, and networking opportunities.