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Three recent news stories about the carbon budget and climate have caught my eye. Spoiler-alert: one story features a Pacific 'island paradise'. All are useful hooks to promote students'...

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Revise your students' geographical skills using this free Halloween-themed interactive quiz. It has a selection of activities to test those skills that make up 10% of the total marks at GCSE...

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It's always tricky to know how to start the GCSE course with students - do you spend an hour relaying expectations and explaining the assessment structure and content or do you just plough straight...

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Gearing up for the arrival of Year 12? Grab a copy of this pack of induction activities to slot into your first few lessons of the A-level Geography course.

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Here is an advent calendar activity that you can use with students to test their geographical knowledge in the run up to Christmas. Every window opens to a different activity! Enjoy!

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“Lies, damned lies and statistics” is a phrase describing the power of data used to bolster weak arguments. As geographers we rely on statistics to back up and exemplify our assertions, however,...

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As a Subject Leader you have probably been asked to complete a statement of intent to highlight the aims of your geography curriculum. But what should you include?

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Here is a PowerPoint-based quiz to use in the last few days of a challenging term. The quiz uses a set of our ever-popular livestream activities all packaged up in a festive theme!

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Here are two subject-specific PowerPoint-based quizzes to use in the last few days of a challenging term! Each A level quiz uses a set of our ever-popular livestream activities all packaged up in a...

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The second half of our series of regular livestreamed revision sessions for GCSE & A-Level Geography resumes next week.

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This resource makes a great starter or settler activity and could be used to good effect in the introductory lesson of a new topic or term. Its purpose is to help students analyse images through a...

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A really interesting video here from the WSJ on the changing nature of wildfires.

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Which apple has a higher carbon footprint? One imported from New Zealand to the UK? Or one grown in the UK?

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Fascinating video here from the FT showcasing the research into the potential of seaweed as a source of renewable energy.

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16th October 2017

National Map Week

Are you aware you can get full U.K. OS map coverage using Bing maps 1:50000 & 1:25000

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Many Geography teachers will make frequent use of this resource from the Guardian especially when covering the human impact of extreme climatic events.

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I wanted to share with you the growing series of powerful Geography questions that our subject-lead Andy Day has been sharing with us through his twitter feed.

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An excellent short video here from the WSJ explaining why August and September mark peak hurricane season in the Atlantic basin.

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Geography has seen numbers at both GCSE and A level strengthen significantly this year. Increasingly, the value of the subject is being recognised, its relevance acknowledged and its capacity for...

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Here is a goldmine of the latest regional economic data for the UK.

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