Geography

In Geography we study the patterns and processes which are evident in the world around us and the interactions between people and the environment:-

KS3

Our present KS3 programme of study includes;

Year 7

1. My Place in the World
2. The UK
3. Water
4. Settlement
5. Africa
6. Limestone

Year 8

1. Tourism
2. The USA
3. Restless Earth
4. Development
5. Coasts

Year 9

1. Rainforests
2. China and the Superpowers
3. Trade
4. Wild Weather

GCSE Geography Programme of Study

Yr 10

Water on the Land
Controlled Assessment –Study of erosion and deposition at the River Holford.
Changing Urban Environments
The Restless Earth

Yr 11

Population
The Coastal Zone
Tourism

A Level Programme of Study

AS – Yr 12
Unit 1 – Physical and Human Geography – 70% of AS, 35% of A Level

  • Health Issues
  • Population change
  • Rivers, floods and management
  • Coastal Environments

Unit  2 – Geographical Skills – 30% of AS 15% of A Level

A2 – Yr 13
Unit 3 – Contemporary Geographical Issues - 30% of A Level

  • Plate tectonics and associated hazards
  • Ecosystems: change and challenge
  • Development and globalisation
  • Contemporary conflicts and challenges

Unit 4A – Geography Fieldwork Investigation - 20% of A Level