Volunteers are a key part of the Geographical Association and carry out a variety of tasks on behalf of the organisation. On this page you can read about the activities some of our existing volunteers are involved in and find out more about volunteering for us.
The GA ICT SIG would like to hear from any GA member who wishes to join the group, especially from the Primary or Early Years phases or with special interest in GIS. The group meets three times a year in London. Applications of interest should be made with an outline of expertise in the first instance by e-mail to Kate Russell.
This year's WorldWise Week theme is Crossing Boundaries. The resource pack, which is full of teaching ideas and lesson activities for primary and secondary, is free to download.
Do you teach the BTEC Level 3 Course on Environmental Sustainability? The GA's Post 16 & HE Phase Committee is currently seeking feedback from teachers on the course's content and its suitability for students in preparation for FE, HE and the workplace. If you teach this course and would like to share your thoughts, please complete this short questionnaire.
The GA has a substantial network of more than 30 local branches, each with its own programme of events including talks, excursions, sixth form conferences, wine-tasting evenings and the Worldwise Quiz.
We're always looking for keen new authors for our journals, books and GA Magazine.
Find out about the range of opportunities offered by Worldwise, including online and face-to-face quizzes, 'My Places', Geography Awareness Week and our exciting Worldwise Challenge weekends.
If you've bought a GA publication recently, why not submit a review or give it a star rating to tell other shoppers what you think?
Connect with other geography teachers online by joining a GA Ning. Our professional networking websites have really taken off this year - find out more about what they are and how you can get involved.
If you are a geography educator you can apply to join our GA Consultants register.