A wide variety of teaching and learning styles are used such as teacher-led lessons, practical fieldwork group activities and independent research as well as the use of ICT and regular exam practice. The skis and expertise gained in GCSE geography, such
as decision making and problem solving are also further developed.
Unit 1: External exam topics:Water and carbon cycles, Contemporary urban environments
Unit 2: Eternal exam topics: Changing places, Geographical fieldwork, investigation and skills
Unit 1: Physical Geography: Water and Carbon cycles, Hazards, Cold environments or Coastal systems
Unit 2: Human Geography: Global systems and global governance, Changing places, Contemporary urban environments
Unit 3: Georgraphical investigation (3-4000 words), marked by teachers, moderated by AQA
Students should have a minimum of a grade B GCSE geography and a minimum of grade 4 in English and grade C in science.