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Geography

Geography

An understanding of the historical influences aims to explain the evolution of current environments and helps our pupils and students to appreciate how their actions will not only have an impact on the school community but also the future of their local, national and international communities.

View UoB School Geography Curriculum Outline.

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Course Description.

Geography helps us to understand this planet that we live on.  We can discover how the forces of nature work (e.g. volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes) and how we as humans cope as we live alongside them.  It also helps us to make sense of how people live, work and play in different parts of the world as they exploit, manage and move around the world (e.g. trade, development, industry, migration) in different ways and in different places. Geography helps us to see the interconnectedness of our world and how our actions can have an impact locally, nationally and globally.

By studying Geography, pupils and students become well rounded and thoughtful global citizens with an excellent understanding of the world and the way it works.

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