Teaching & Learning

Geography

The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to till it and keep it.

Genesis 2:15

curriculum intent

Our primary objective in the Geography Department at Cardinal Newman School is to get students enthused and engaged about studying the physical and human environment in which they live. We encourage our students to acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills to be able to critically think about contemporary issues and to be good custodians of the planet. There is a wide skill set in Geography which includes critical thinking, discussion, decision-making, research and enquiry, data presentation, literacy and numeracy. Our aim is to use the Geography curriculum to provide our students with transferable skills that will fully equip them for further study and for the modern employment market.  

curriculum overview: Geography
subject specific information

Knowledge Books can be found below:

Year 7 

Year 8 

Rio - GCSE Case Study 

Nigeria - GCSE Case Study

Malaysia - GCSE Case Study

GCSE Unit 1a

GCSE Unit 1b

GCSE Unit 1c

GCSE Unit 2a

GCSE Unit 2b

GCSE Unit 2c

GCSE Unit 3 - Human Fieldwork

GCSE Unit 3 - Physical Fieldwork

 

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