At GCSE we follow the AQA A specification, studying, amongst other topics, Development, Coastal Processes and Tectonic activity. A Level Geography is offered for a two year course only (no AS level is now offered) and follows the EDEXCEL syllabus. A broad range of skills are developed at both GCSE and A Level. Fieldwork is an integral part of Geography and in addition to local fieldwork and day trips there are residential trips to, for instance, North Wales, the Dorset coast and The Midlands. Some of these are compulsory elements of the GCSE and A Level courses.
KS3 Change (Y9) Topic 5 – Who Wants to be a Billionaire
This topic looks at the global wealth distribution and what makes the rich, rich and the poor poor. Students use a variety of analytical and statistical skills in evaluating the future of a county’s wealth.
KS4 / GCSE
We are currently in a transition period between the old and new GCSE syllabuses. Please refer to the exam boards specification for the specific year of interest.
KS5 / A Level
We are currently in a transition period between the old and new GCE syllabuses. Please refer to the exam boards specification for the specific year of interest.
Year 12 (new two year A’Level): http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-a-levels/geography-2016.html Year 13 (old AS and A2 course): http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/geography/as-and-a-level/geography-7037
|Mrs R Owen BSc, QTS||Head of Department|
|Miss N Maskell BSc, PGCE||Teacher of Geography|