GCSE Specification A
No Controlled Assessment
Led by: Miss N Henderson
What will I be studying?
Students will explore the inter-relationship between the human and physical world. As part of this course students will cover topics including the changing landscapes of the UK, weather hazards and climate change, ecosystems, biodiversity and management, changing cities, global development and resource management. Students will also need to undertake two pieces of fieldwork in preparation for their final paper. Throughout the course students will undertake a number of tasks designed to enhance valuable skills such as photograph analysis, problem solving, communication and team work which employers look for.
What can I do after wards?
In terms of progression many students who have studied Geography at GC SE go on to study the subject at AS Level and beyond.This subject is highly valued by employers and is useful in many careers such as town planner, crime analyst, travel agent, lawyer and diplomat to name just a few.
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