A level Geography at Boston Spa School
1) Water and carbon cycles
2 Landscape systems - one of (i) drylands (ii) coastal landscapes (iii) glaciated landscapes
4) Global systems and Global Governance
5) Changing places
6) Contemporary urban environments
7) Geographical Skills
This course requires GCSE Geography grade B or English grade 5 if you have not studied Geography at GCSE
2 exams at the end of Year 13, plus coursework
Physical geography - 150mins (40%)
Human geography - 150mins (40%)
Geography fieldwork investigation; 3000-4000words (20%)
Year 12: two night residential approx £85-£100 (depending on venue), plus one day trip
Year 13: two day trips
Field work is a compulsory component of A level Geography. We ask for a voluntary contribution towards the costs of all these trips.
Higher Education Progression:
Essential for Geography degrees
Valuable for a wide range of degree courses in both sciences & humanities subjects
Career Opportunities: Besides teaching, A-level Geography is required for a number of careers, including, but not limited to, research, science-based careers and environmental-based careers. Having a Geography A-level can be advantageous when applying for jobs in a variety of sectors, including environment and sustainability, physical systems, society, business, geographical techniques, development and global issues, settlement and travel, tourism, leisure and culture.
Contact Boston Spa Sixth Form on 01937 846612
How to apply
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