Find out more about the Geographical Association including our Governing Body, Committees and Special Interest Groups. You can also download key documents, find out how to contact us, learn more about advertising opportunities and browse our extensive network of local branches.
The latest news from the Geographical Association and the world of geography education. Find out how to stay up to date with the GA through Twitter, Facebook, RSS and email newsletters, learn about funding opportunities and discover how to apply for a GA publishers' award.
The GA has led a number of innovative projects and this section contains materials from many of our current and past activities. Browse through the different project sections to uncover a wealth of teacher-created resources for primary and secondary geography.
Hundreds of primary and secondary geography teaching resources covering a range of topics plus directories of geography blogs and weblinks, photo galleries, base maps, careers guidance and our NQT survival guide. Use the Resource Finder tool if you're after something specific.
You can get involved with the Geographical Association in lots of ways, including writing a journal article, authoring a book, joining a Committee or Special Interest Group, contributing to consultations, taking part in funded project work or registering to become a GA Consultant.
Advice and resources to help teachers and geography co-ordinators in the early years and primary phases. Teaching ideas, subject leadership tips, information about curriculum changes, Tocuaro, Barnaby Bear, primary fieldwork, cross-curricular materials and much more!
Advice and resources for geography teachers in secondary and post-16 education. Controlled assessment, diplomas, fieldwork, Worldwise, information about curriculum changes, updates on exam results, how to promote geography at option time and much more!
The latest professional development courses for teachers and comprehensive information about the popular GA Annual Conference & Exhibition. You can also take part in online CPD courses, read about GA Study Tours, learn about becoming a GA Consultant and much more.
Formerly the Geography Trainer Induction Programme (GTIP) this area supports geography teacher educators through detailed Think Pieces, Geog-Ed e-journal, resources, reading lists, weblinks and news items. It also includes materials from the annual GTE Conference.
Online access to the GA's journals Geography, Teaching Geography and Primary Geography and accompanying resources going back to 2004. Access is free for subscribers and non-members are able to purchase PDFs of individual articles and whole issues.
Use our online shop to browse and buy Geographical Association publications and selected products from other suppliers. Primary, secondary and post-16 resources, Barnaby Bear, guides, atlases, posters and more. GA members get up to 30% discount on all shop items!
The GA is an independent charity with a core objective of furthering the learning and teaching of geography.
The GA promotes and supports geography teaching by producing acclaimed resources for teachers, holding quality CPD
events and lobbying government. As a membership organisation it is the members that give the GA its strength.
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