The geography curriculum aims to inspire in students a curiosity about our world and how it is changing. It encourages and develops knowledge about diverse places, people, resources and natural and human environments. Throughout a student’s time with us they will develop a concern for the environment and how it should be looked after now and moving forwards. Students will build an understanding of the Earth’s key physical and human processes and develop skills of interpreting a range of sources of geographical information including through maps, numerical and quantitative data. Students will also utilise skills of collecting, analysing and communicating with a range of data gathered through fieldwork.
Understanding our local area is an important feature of our curriculum and areas of study will include our local town, March, the Fens, the north Norfolk coastline, local agribusiness, urban regeneration in Kings Lynn and coastal management at Hunstanton.
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|Head of Humanities||Mr P Fowlerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Teacher of Geography||Mrs T Hallsemail@example.com|
|Teacher of Geography||Mr J Quickfallfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Teacher of Geography||Mr M Smithemail@example.com|