As part of the Society’s Rediscovering London’s Geography project, new online resources for Key Stage Two and Key Stage Three are being developed to support the implementation of the new geography National Curriculum.
With lots more going live this term, there are already resources available on the following topics:
Key Stage 2
Key Stage 3
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Four* of these teaching resources collectively recently received the Geographical Association 2015 Publishers’ silver award. The GA said: “These superb, exciting and stimulating schemes of work are up-to-date and provide a blend of new and well-established teaching ideas, approaches and assessment opportunities. They come with an extensive range of high-quality downloadable resources, including PowerPoint presentations, maps and images.”
The Society would like to thank our resource authors: Dr David Anderson, Anna Brace, Alan Parkinson and Dr Simon Oakes.
The project is supported by the Mayor of London through the London Schools Excellence Fund. Munira Mirza, Deputy Mayor for Education and Culture commented: “It’s wonderful to hear that the resources developed by the Society have been recognised with this award. I am pleased our funding has underpinned the development of these new subject knowledge rich resources. They are helping primary and secondary school pupils across London to better understand the geography of their own city and the wider world.”
You can find out more about the Rediscovering London’s Geography project, as well as our wider range of support for schools and membership opportunities for teachers and pupils, here.
An important consultation on the Research Excellence Framework (REF) for 2021 is now open for comment and the Society would value your input to help inform our response.
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