KS3 GEOGRAPHY

Students will be focusing on developing awareness of different aspect of physical, human and environmental geography.  They will practice a variety of geographical skills that will help:

  • to develop an interest in the world around them
  • to understand the processes that are shaping and changing the world
  • to find out about countries, places and people

 

Topics through Key Stage 3 include:

  • Map Skills
  • Glaciation
  • International Development
  • Urbanisation
  • Weather and Climate

 

KS4 iGCSE Geography

Successful Cambridge IGCSE Geography candidates develop lifelong skills, including:

  • An understanding of the processes which affect physical and human environments;
  • An understanding of location on a local, regional and global scale;
  • The ability to use and understand geographical data and information;
  • An understanding of how communities around the world are affected and constrained by different environments.

 

KS5 A Level Geography

Cambridge International AS and A Level Geography is accepted by universities and employers as proof of knowledge and understanding of Geography.

Successful candidates gain lifelong skills, including:

  • An appreciation of the need for understanding, respect and co-operation in conserving the environment and improving the quality of life both at a global scale and within the context of different cultural settings
  • An awareness of the usefulness of geographical analysis to understand and solve contemporary human and environmental problems
  • A sense of relative location, including an appreciation of the complexity and variety of natural and human environments
  • An understanding of the principal processes operating within Physical and Human Geography
  • An understanding of the causes and effects of change on the natural and human environments
  • An awareness of the nature, value, limitations and importance of different approaches to analysis and explanation in geography
  • A concern for accuracy and objectivity in collecting, recording, processing, analysing, interpreting and reporting data in a spatial context
  • The ability to handle and evaluate different types and sources of information
  • The skills to think logically, and to present an ordered and coherent argument in a variety of ways
  • An excellent foundation for studies beyond Cambridge International A Level in Geography, in further or higher education, and for professional courses.