Geography A Level provides a diverse and in-depth insight into geographical issues of our times. It develops research and communication skills and enables you to understand more about the world in which we live.
What do students study?
In Geography A Level you will study a variety of topics which will take place in the classroom and out on field trips. The topics include:
· Climate change
· Tectonic process
· Demographic issues
· Changing urbanised world
· Development issues
· Coastal landforms and their management
How are students assessed?
Assessment is carried out through examinations only. Students will study a number of areas over the two years, leading to an A level qualification in this area. Four areas to study will include: physical and human geography, along with contemporary themes and resources, alongside sustainability issues.
Contact Mrs J Gill, Head of Geography for further information: