"The study of geography is about more than just memorizing places on a map. It's about understanding the complexity of our world, appreciating the diversity of cultures that exists across continents. And in the end, it's about using all that knowledge to help bridge divides and bring people together."
In Geography, our intent is for the curriculum to promote a curiosity about the world in which our students live. The curriculum will enable our students to be confident to understand and ask questions about the world around them. Whether students choose to continue studying Geography beyond Key Stage 3 or not, we want them to take a responsible attitude towards the world and adopt a lifelong interest in Geography. We will support our learners to develop skills that are transferable across all subjects and employment in later life, developing their knowledge to enable them to thrive in and beyond lessons. Our goal is for learners to leave Atlantic Academy with the ability to ‘think like a geographer’ and be inspired to continue the study of Geography Post-16.
|All About Me
|Space and Travel
|Plants and Growth
|Local Geography, (with a link to oceans)
|UK – Merged Capital Cities & Wildlife of British Isles
|Villages, Towns & Cities
|Mountains, Volcanoes and Earthquakes
|Water, weather and Climate
|Energy and Sustainability
|We are Geographers.
|Without Geography, You’re Nowhere!
|The Uneven World
|The Amazing Amazon
|The Magnificent Dorset Coast
|Why should we be concerned about climate change?
|An Exploration of the Eastern World
|GCSE Topic 1: The Challenge of Natural Hazards (AQA)
|GCSE Topic 2: Physical Landscapes of the UK – Rivers (and Coasts (AQA)
|GCSE Topic 3: Urban Issues and Challenges (AQA)
|GCSE Topic 4: The Challenge of Resource Management (AQA)
|GCSE Topic 5: The Changing Economic World (AQA) (DMc)
|GCSE Topic 6: The Living World (AQA) (DMc)
|Revision for paper 1 and 2 and Prep for Paper 3 (DMc/NRo)