GA Annual Conference and Exhibition
University of Surrey - Monday 14 - Wednesday 16 April 2014
Every year we welcome more than 700 delegates from all over the world to take part in a range of lectures, workshops, field visits and social events and find out about the latest ideas, resources and support in primary and secondary geography.
"The Conference values both the young and experienced teachers to both deliver sessions and engage in them. It is inclusive, inspiring and the highlight of my yearly CPD."
"I thoroughly enjoyed the two days I attended and have once again left the conference with a great buzz and renewed vigour for following up threads, links and ideas"
"This is outstanding professional development for teachers of geography"
Book now from as little as £50
We are now accepting Conference registrations – book online here.
If you register before 6 January 2014 you’ll save £10 per day on the standard Conference fees. Prices start at just £50 and all full-time and PGCE students get in completely free.
The theme for this year’s Conference will be ‘Crossing Boundaries’. Read more about the Conference theme.
Details of all Annual Conference will be available during November. In the meantime here is a taster of the 2014 programme:
- Keynote Address by Dr Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Adviser at Oxfam on ‘The age of development: mission accomplished or RIP?’
- Special event for PGCEs and NQTs on Wednesday
- Professor Nicholas Clifford (KCL) - on human-physical and school-university transitions
- Free ‘Future Geographers’ programme for students aged 14–18
- Dr Anna Barford on Humanitarian Crises, Population Displacement and Epidemic Disease
Find out more on the Programme page.
The Conference hosts the UK's largest exhibition of geographical resources giving you the chance to find out about field study centres, publishers, tour operators, exam boards, universities and many other organisations. View the 2014 exhibitors.
Official 2014 Conference Sponsors
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