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Resources for schools

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



Tectonic Hazards

An overview of tectonic hazards

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Theories of development

People have had different ideas about how to best develop poor countries. This resource considers six of those approaches


ICTs: A technological fix?

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) can help poor people improve their lives


Weather and Climate resources: Key Stage Five

This section contains a selection of teaching resources that were produced by the Met Office education team for Key Stage Five (ages 16 - 18)


Discovering megacities

By 2050 it is expected that 70% of the world population will live in urban areas. Find out more about the areas these people will live in - megacities


Introducing globalisation

Globalisation is the increasing connections between places and people across the planet


Megacities, urbanisation and development

This case study introduces the key geographical concepts related to the study of developing urban areas


Millennium Development Goals 1-4

The Millennium Development Goals were set in 2000 at a United Nations summit. The targets were ambitious, but realistic, and all had a deadline of 2015


Millennium Development Goals 5-8

The Millennium Development Goals were set in 2000 at a United Nations summit. The targets were ambitious, but realistic, and all had a deadline of 2015


Subject Knowledge Animation: Sustainable Development Goals

An overview of the Sustainable Development Goals. 


Changing Place; Changing Places

Written by Richard Phillips, Professor of Human geography, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield


Glaciated landscapes

Written by Dr Peter Knight and Dr Richard Waller from the School of Physical and Geographical Sciences, Keele University


Landscape systems

Written by Martin Evans, Professor of Geomorphology, School of Environment, University of Manchester

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