"Geography is one of the best subjects; it gives you a wider knowledge about the world around you and how everything in the world is connected."
To develop learners who can:
*Work well with others and independently, improving their geographical skills and knowledge with expression and enquiry
*Use creativity and curiosity to understand a wide range of different Geographical concepts
*A curriculum which is knowledge based and encourages the development of the learners' TENSILE skills
*A curriculum that gives pupils a wide range of Geographical experiences in classroom and out in the wider world
*Confident learners who are resilient and join higher education or the workforce with creative skills, independence, and the ability to work with and lead others
*Learners who can appreciate and understand diverse cultures and how various places have evolved
*Learners who will through their increased awareness of our planet make a conscious effort to care for it and encourage others to do the same
How Does KS3 Prepare Students for KS4?
All schemes of work in KS3 teach the skills and some knowledge required at KS4. They build skills, knowledge and confidence needed to complete the variety of different assessments used.