Volcanoes and Earthquakes Weather
Development Resource Use
Exams at the end of each year- modules can be retaken. We will have a minimum of two days of fieldwork for Geography GCSE. One day will be in Belfast and the other will be looking at physical geography e.g. a coastal area or a river.
WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR?
A student who
- is a good communicator
- is a problem solver
- likes to work with pictures and graphs
- has a sense of wonder about the world
- likes a challenge
CAREERS EDUCATION, INFORMATION, ADVICE AND GUIDANCE
The transferable skills which Geography fosters (like literacy, numeracy and communication skills) are useful in the world of employment. Geography is about the future of our world and encourages flexible thinking, as well as providing a firm base for life-long learning. It links well with other GCSEs such as Science, Maths, English and Business.
Many past students have gone on to study ‘A’ level Geography in other schools.