A level Geography at Christ's School and Sixth Form
If you have an interest in the world around you and understanding how the physical world influences human geography then Geography is the choice for you. If you have an inquisitive mind about global issues and the way the world is changing you should study A level Geography.
Managing Physical Environments
River environments, coastal environments, cold environments.
Managing Change in Human Environments
Managing urban change, managing rural change, the energy issue,
the growth of tourism.
Environmental issues: a choice of earth hazards; ecosystems and environments under threat and climatic hazards; economic issues: a choice of population and resources; globalisation and development and inequalities.
Identifying a suitable geographical question or hypothesis for investigation.
Developing a plan and strategy for conducting the investigation.
Collecting, recording, presenting and analysing appropriate data.
At least a B Grade at GCSE
For AS level you will complete two x one and a half hour exams; Managing Physical Environments and Managing Change in Human Environments. Each paper is worth 50%.
This qualification could prepare you for higher education to study a wide range of courses including Geography, Geology, World Development, Town Planning, Urban Planning and Environmental Science.
Students will have opportunities for local fieldwork throughout the course as well as a residential trip.
How to apply
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