Information, resources and links to support you in your planning for the 2014 national curriculum.
This is the fourth year of the GA's international competition designed especially for post 16 geography students. The top four entries in the competition will win places to participate in the International Geography Olympiad 2015 to be held at Tver University, near Moscow in Russia.
The Geography Quality Mark is a great tool for improving geography in your school and raising the profile of your department. Congratulations to the schools that have gained the PGQM and SGQM awards and those that achieved Centre of Excellence status.
A five-year project funded by the Department for International Development to promote awareness and understanding of global issues from KS2 to KS3 (can apply to all KS).
Quality Mark assessment frameworks have been updated in the light of recent Ofsted guidance, Teacher Standards and National College of School Leadership advice.
The GA's Secondary Phase Committee has produced Top Ideas publications on topics including exam revision and promoting GCSE geography at option time.
The GA's consultancy and training service provides tailored support for schools on geographical and cross-curricular issues.
Find out about the Frederick Soddy Trust Schools Award Scheme and apply for financial support for expeditions and fieldwork.
These pages provide guidance and support for mentors, information about in-school geography training and what a well-informed and competent new secondary geography teacher needs to know and be able to do.