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Ideas for on-site school fieldwork

Ideas for school-centred and local fieldwork during the COVID-19 Pandemic


The RESIST Project: Coastal Salt Marshes

An insight into the ecology, geomorphology, and ecosystems provided by salt marshes


Weather, climate and COVID-19: the Royal Met Soc

A selection of resources and support from the Royal Meteorological Society

Member Only Content

Colouring London

Colouring London aims to collect information on every building in London, to help make the city more sustainable.



Exploring coasts as dynamic and changing systems


Inspirational places, changing places

Inspirational Places, Changing Places was produced by Alan Parkinson and Dr. Peter Knight with funding from a RGS-IBG Innovative Geography Teaching Grant 2018


Lake District

The geography, geomorphology and geology of the National Park, with links to sources of further information and details about the fieldwork that can be carried out in different areas of the park


Jurassic Coast of Dorset and East Devon

The Jurassic Coast of Dorset and East Devon is a 95 mile stretch of coastline that demonstrates 185 million years of geological history


London 2012 Olympic Park

Written before the London 2012 Olympics, this resource looks at the developments in East London in the lead up to the Games


Local fieldwork toolkit

Includes guidance for getting started with planning a trip, lists of useful contacts and ideas for activities


A student guide to the A Level independent investigation (Non-examined Assessment - NEA)

Download a copy of our guide


FSC statistical methods

Statistics work sheets