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One of my favourite sessions at the GA Conference was Vice President Hina Robinson's brilliant session on increasing the inclusivity and diversity of our GCSE curriculums. She is a Rights...

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This theme of this year's GA conference was 'Geography for Everyone' - and GA president Denise Freeman delivered an amazing lecture on Friday morning outlining just what that meant, and how we can...

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For many delegates this year's GA conference kicked off with a superb tour around the Northern Quarter of Manchester, looking at how gentrification has transformed many parts of the city over the...

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Fabulous free downloads, our Physical and Human Festive quizzes for 2023 are based on core topics taught for the AQA specification: Water & Carbon Cycles, with an icy twist (Physical),...

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Here is our eagerly awaited GCSE Geography Christmas Quiz for 2023 - it contains loads of our fab festive templates and is a mixture of general geography questions, with a few activities geared...

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For some students, quantitative skills are scary stuff. Here is a free, Halloween-themed A-Level Geography quiz you can use to revise these skills, including statistical tests, in the run up to...

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Yesterday Ofsted published the long-awaited geography subject report - and there are lots of positives to take away - the main one being that geography teaching is in a much better state now, than...

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Yes, it's National Fieldwork Fortnight, but for many departments a major obstacle when carrying out fieldwork is a lack of equipment, and in times of dwindling budgets buying fieldwork equipment...

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Following on from the success of last year’s Geographical Association National Fieldwork Week, it is now National Fieldwork Fortnight. The next two weeks are the perfect excuse to leave your hot...

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One of the things I miss now that I am working from home is listening to podcasts as I drove to and from school, so this week I decided it was time to catch up with some episodes of one of my...

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My Year 12 “wider reading” recommendation for Changing Places this week was simple and straightforward. Go on Netflix and watch ‘Bank of Dave’. I watched it myself on Sunday afternoon and it was a...

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19th January 2023

Trouble at'Mill

“Daddy, it looks like a monster has come down and taken a bite out of that building” was the comment from my son as we drove past the site of the Lily Mill in Shaw, in Oldham last week. He was...

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Many of you will study Rio de Janeiro as your NEE city case study - with many students focusing too heavily on the negative side to life in Rio, particularly in terms of the favelas.

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The blurb from All4 - 'Munya goes on a journey exploring the life of Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe, one of the world's most notorious tyrants, looking for the man behind the monster'.

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Fabulous free downloads, these two Christmas quizzes are based on core topics taught for the AQA specification (W&CC, GS&GG) – but would suit any A-Level Geography classroom in need of a...

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Today, the tropical rainforest ecosystem is home to half the living species on this planet while only covering about 5% of the Earth’s surface. And yet, go back a few thousand years it is thought...

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13th October 2022

EastEnders Under Water!

Last night's EastEnders credits showed how melting ice caps may impact London with the Thames bursting its banks. The eye-opening scene aired as a way to mark the final episode of Frozen Planet II,...

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This brilliant episode of Reasons to be Cheerful speaks to the law firm that's taken collective action for over 200,000 victims in Brazil affected by the Mariana Dam collapse in 2015

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Farming is one of the most damaging industries in the world. How can we develop healthier, cheaper and less damaging versions of familiar and accepted foods?

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This entertaining and informative video explores why there are no bridges in East London - great for looking at inequality between the poorer boroughs of East London and the more affluent boroughs...

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