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Our new website was launched on the 16 October - we hope you like it! You may find that our school resources section might not look as you normally expect it to. While all our resources have been migrated to the new website, the huge number of resources means we have not had time to edit all to fit the look and feel of the new site.
Flight of the Osprey – an ArcGIS activity idea
Flyways are superhighways - important flight paths which migratory birds use either for short migration or very long intercontinental journeys.
Eurovision Song Contest 2023
Geographies and perceptions of Europe
Alistair Hamill and Iram Sammar on ArcGIS and decolonising the curriculum
OS Award winners 2022
The power of maps and geographical data visualisations for telling stories about our world
Do you know what the Countryside Survey is?
Dr Lisa Norton explains
Colouring London aims to collect information on every building in London, to help make the city more sustainable.
An introduction to Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
People, places and population change
Written by Philip Monk.
LondonMapper: exploring a World city through Census data
LondonMapper: exploring a world city through census data.
Investigating the geography of crime
Produced by Raphael Heath, Head of Geography at the Royal High School Bath, as part of an Innovative Geography Teaching Grant from the RGS-IBG.
Free GIS and maps for fieldwork
Supporting high quality fieldwork using free maps and GIS from the internet
Google Earth as a fieldwork tool
Google Earth, the free to download satellite imagery package from Google provides an excellent starting point for students to organise and present their fieldwork data
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