Geography Hub


1 per term

Session Date/s & Time/s

Autumn 2020 tbc


Group Size


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To share outstanding practice and pedagogy between Geography teachers and Heads of Department. This will often be informed by National Curriculum changes, examiners' feedback and Ofsted developments. Furthermore, we will explore curriculum intent and outstanding application of this.

Meetings will largely focus on KS3 and KS4, occasionally KS5.

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1 Details

  • What will delegates do on the day?

    This will range from a variety of tasks, mostly discussion and resource sharing based. We may often joint plan schemes of work or literacy focused resources for example.

  • Who is the training aimed at?

    Qualified teachers of Geography and Heads of Department.

  • What school improvement aims will this support?

    This hub aims to raise the attainment of all students, particularly focusing on research-based pedagogy which ensures the highest quality of teaching. In addition, the course will enable staff to develop resources to rapidly improve the quality of learning in key geographical areas e.g. literacy and numeracy skills.

  • How will the course impact be evaluated?

    Through raised attainment of student progress from KS3 through to KS4 and beyond. Regular feedback and suggestions from participants will be imperative in forming a strong, cohesive and effective hub, in which our students benefit from the developments discussed and implemented.

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