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Geography

Geography is the study of the earth and the people in it. Geography develops knowledge of places and environments throughout the world, and at St Albans we aim to provide a curriculum that is both stimulating and rewarding. This might be from learning about the area in which we live to studying how a hurricane can impact on many different countries. We investigate the earth, its people and study the features of the earth. Importantly, through Geography, we develop a range of useful skills such as map reading, data collection, ICT and problem solving and take the skills forward to GCSE and A-Level.

KEY STAGE 3

YEAR 7

Half Term 1: An introduction to Geography

Half Term 2: Geographical  Skills

Half Term 3: People and Planet

Half Term 4: People and Planet

Half Term 5: Fieldwork Investigation

Half Term 6: Fieldwork Investigation

YEAR 8

Half Term 1: Population and Settlement

Half Term 2: Population and Settlement

Half Term 3: Brazil

Half Term 4: Africa

Half Term 5: Fieldwork Investigation

Half Term 6: Fieldwork Investigation

YEAR 9

Half Term 1: China

Half Term 2: Population ()

Half Term 3: Rivers

Half Term 4: Development and Globalisation

Half Term 5: Coasts

Half Term 6: Fieldwork Investigation

KEY STAGE 4

YEAR 10 – OCR

Exam board

OCR

YEAR 11

Exam Board:

AQA

Programme of Study:

1.The challenge of resource management

2.The changing economic world

3.Ecosystems

4.Pre release paper

5.Revision

SIXTH FORM

YEAR 12 - AQA

Half Term 1: Rivers, floods and management (Core)

Half Term 2: Population change (Core) and Geographical Skills

Half Term 3: Coastal Environments and Geographical Skills

Half Term 4: Energy issues and revision

Half Term 5: Examination Preparation

YEAR 13 - AQA

Half Term 1: Tectonic Hazards

Half Term 2: Development and Globalisation and Geographical Skills

Half Term 3: World City and Geographical Skills

Half Term 4: Revision

Half Term 5: Examination Preparation