The Global Learning Programme is a five-year project funded by the Department for International Development to promote awareness and understanding of global issues from KS1-P16.
This exciting project area contains 23 separate ideas for using digital learning resources at Key Stage 4, from polar bears to podcasting...
This Action Plan funded project is about good quality, innovative curriculum-making in primary and secondary geography. It focuses on the work done by students in geography lessons and how this contributes to their wider understanding of the world.
Funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, this new GA project aims to help students develop speaking and listening skills and expand their geographical knowledge by exploring the local area. These pages include further information about the project, teaching resources and activity ideas.
The Planet Sport area features lots of ideas and resources to help you carry out fieldwork around the Olympic Park and other areas of East London. These pages also include a variety of photographs and links all relating to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
In this series of lessons, Year 8 students learned about the basics of plate tectonics, how and why earthquakes happen and how countries can minimise their impact. The activities were varied and included creative writing, practical tasks and drama.
Find out about how and why to introduce the global dimension into your Key Stage 3 geography classroom.
The question 'Where Will I Live?' appears to be straightforward, yet our answer is informed by some of the biggest decisions that individuals make. In the middle of a recession, this 2006 GA project is just as relevant today as it was then.
Part of the Primary Handbook Extension Project, this page offers some creative ideas for using Jeannie Baker's books with 6-9 year olds.
In this unit of work, pupils were introduced to the Lincolnshire coastal town Skegness. Through field visits and classroom activities, the pupils learned about coastal environments, erosion and sea defences. They also learned about life in a contrasting locality, tourism, human and physical processes and map skills.
Have a look at our geography CPD units for KS2-3 focusing on Geographical Imaginations, Think Maps and Place & Interconnectedness. Each unit includes a curriculum review activity and a classroom idea.
This project asks two questions: 'what is meant by "sustainable communities"?' and 'how do geographical skills lead to engagement?'.