Geography is well known as a subject that links to all other subjects in the curriculum, so a GCSE in Geography is a stepping stone to a whole range of opportunities.
A good grade will help to move you on to any AS, Applied A Level or BTEC course. You may want to continue your study of geography or take a course such as a BTEC National in Travel and Tourism which has a more work related approach.
The skills you develop can lead you to employment opportunities in journalism, media, engineering, Armed Forces, ICT, travel & tourism, environmental management, marketing, business management and teaching.
Geographers are everywhere!
Geography is taken by all students at Key Stage 3 and is an option at Key Stage 4. Pupils who choose Geography as an option will study GCSE Geography.
Geography encompasses a variety of ICT based resources within the lessons through the use of laptops and chromebooks. We also use specialist data mapping tools, to create rich GIS (“Graphical Information System”) maps to analyze spatial information, edit data in maps, and present the results of all these operations.
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