GlosGeog’s virtual Primary Teach Meet is a hit!

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This afternoon saw me host GlosGeog’s first virtual Primary Teach Meet. This proved to be a very popular event, with all available places being filled a couple of weeks before the deadline date for bookings. We decided to take the theme of sustainability since it was Earth Day today. Having many hugely experienced and high profile geographers contributing was an …

CPD workshop: Children as landscape detectives

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GlosGeog, our local Geographical Association (GA) branch, was able to run another FREE half day CPD event for local teachers entitled ‘Children as landscape detectives‘ thanks to the support of Peter Vujakovic, Emeritus Professor of Geography at Canterbury Christ Church University and Odyssey Teaching School Hub at Pate’s Grammar School in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (https://www.patesgs.org/). Due to the format of the workshop and sets of resources available, …

Virtual ‘In the Know’ webinar (Session 1), Geographical Association

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Due to enquiries from several individuals, the Geographical Association (GA) decided to schedule a repeat of the two webinars conducted at the very start of this academic year and asked me, once again, to deliver them.  Further details about the series can be found by accessing the web-link below: https://portal.geography.org.uk/event/view/E000092 On board today were teachers from all over the UK and …

CPD workshop: Children as landscape detectives

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GlosGeog, our local Geographical Association (GA) branch, was able to run this FREE half day CPD event for local teachers entitled ‘Children as landscape detectives‘ thanks to the support of Peter Vujakovic, Emeritus Professor of Geography at Canterbury Christ Church University and Odyssey Teaching School Hub at Pate’s Grammar School in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (https://www.patesgs.org/). Due to the format of the …

Brrrrr -illiant tales from the north!

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Supported by the Geographical Association’s Initiatives Fund (GAIF) and delivered in conjunction with Wicked Weather Watch (WWW) and Hearts in the Ice (HITI). Hover over the images to reveal captions.  Click on the images to enlarge them. Rhianna Davies-Smith at Wicked Weather Watch (WWW) and myself submitted an application to the Geographical Association (GA)’s Initiative Fund last August with the …

Our virtual Primary Geography Subject Leader Network (PGSLN) resumes!

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A great turnout for our first Primary Geography Subject Leader Network meeting of this academic year! Welcome back everyone! It was lovely to have many ‘regulars’ and several ‘newbies’ on board our first virtual Primary Geography Subject Leader Network meeting of this academic year; in fact, more than 75 schools from across the UK accessed the meeting, either in real …

Two GlosGeog events in one week!

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We could not forget Key Stage 3 geographers, of course! Today’s event comprised a virtual offering in the morning for those further afield (which was also recorded) and an in situ session in the afternoon for teachers and Year 9 students at Cheltenham Ladies College (CLC) in Gloucestershire. In total, we had teachers and Year 9 pupils from 12 schools, …

GlosGeog’s first event of the academic year 2023-2024!

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Our first event of this academic year was kindly hosted by Sir Thomas Rich’s School in Gloucester (https://strschool.co.uk/). Dr Harry West, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management at the University of the West of England (UWE) offered to give up his time to speak to GCSE and A level students and their teachers, both virtually and …

Virtual ‘In the Know’ webinar (Session 1), Geographical Association

Consultancy

Since the two, 3.5 hour sessions that I delivered last July were well-received, it was decided to stick with this revised format and repeat these at the start of the new academic year. Further details about the series can be found by accessing the web-link below: https://portal.geography.org.uk/event/view/E000049 On board today were teachers from all over the UK and with varying degrees …