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We support teaching in the classroom and in the field by providing high quality geographical teaching and learning resources.


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Sinking Cities

In addition to the usual challenges faced, some cities are also under threat from another problem – they are sinking!

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Magnetic north continues to move across Britain

There are three norths available for you to use for orientation and navigation

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Using historical OS maps to identify at risk Public Rights of Way (PRoW)

Written by Dr Joe Thorogood from Coventry University

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Mapping London

This module will take you on a journey through the way that London, a fascinating city, has been presented and represented over the years


Mapping festivals

This module develops students' map skills through the contemporary topic of Music Festivals


Digital mapping

Ed Manley, PhD Student, University College London

Data skills

Using maps and data to look at the geography of world development

Written by Professor Richard Harris, Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

Map skills

LondonMapper: exploring a World city through Census data

LondonMapper: exploring a world city through census data.

Map skills

Free GIS and maps for fieldwork

Supporting high quality fieldwork using free maps and GIS from the internet

Map skills

Map skills ideas

Ideas for fieldwork using maps

Map skills

Stars in your lives

This activity has been designed to be a stimulating and fun way of practicing map skills using the free OS maps for schools


Road Race

This activity encourages students in Key Stage 3 to practice and develop their map skills using their free OS maps of the local area

Map skills

What's in a name?

This activity encourages students to develop an understanding of how history has influenced cultural heritage in their local area

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