geography southwest’s annual conference comes to UWE!

CPD For Me

How has a year passed by? It was time for geography southwest’s annual conference, once again hosted by the Department of Geography and Environmental Management at the University of the West of England (UWE) on the outskirts of Bristol (https://www.uwe.ac.uk/courses/find-a-course/courses-by-subject/geography-and-environmental-management). I had offered to support the organisers, Dr Harry West, Simon Ross and John Davidson, with welcoming delegates and registration, …

GlosGeog’s Secondary Geography Teach Meet is a success!

GlosGeog

Following GlosGeog’s successful virtual Primary Teach Meet in mid-April, it was decided to run a similar event for local secondary school teachers, ECTs and trainees. The Balcarras Trust, where one of the county’s Teaching School Hubs is also based (https://www.balcarras.gloucs.sch.uk/), kindly offered to host GlosGeog’s Secondary Teach Meet, which was attended by myself and Peter Vujakovic, GlosGeog Committee members, alongside …

Time for some CPD for me!

CPD For Me

I always look forward to David Weatherly’s training days as they leave me feeling enthused and inspired. The theme for today’s event was ‘writing and resourcing high-quality enquiries (EYFS to Year 6) in geography and history‘. David has a wealth of experience within this area having written Harper Collins’ Primary Connected Geography and Primary Connected History series, which both promote …

Virtual ‘In the Know’ webinar (Session 2), Geographical Association

Consultancy

It was time for us to reconvene for Session 2 of this ‘In the Know’ webinar series. Further details about the whole series can be found by accessing the web-link below: https://portal.geography.org.uk/event/view/E000092 The aims of these sessions are to enhance delegates’ subject knowledge of several key geographical themes, plus increase their confidence to teach such topics both in and beyond the classroom.  Many teaching …

‘Power Your Future’, in conjunction with WeSchool

ConsultancyWorkshops

It was time for another collaboration with WeSchool today. WeSchool is a leading European EdTech player and member of UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition that supports over 230 000 teachers and 2 million students in their learning experiences by providing an easy-to-use, accessible and inclusive digital space for learners. The aim was to bring secondary schools a free, highly topical, engaging …

Brrrrr -illiant tales from the north!

ConsultancyWorkshops

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 …

Power your Future, in conjunction with WeSchool!

Consultancy

It was time for another collaboration with WeSchool today. WeSchool is a leading European EdTech player and member of UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition that supports over 230 000 teachers and 2 million students in their learning experiences by providing an easy-to-use, accessible and inclusive digital space for learners. The aim was to bring secondary schools a free, highly topical, engaging …

Power your Future, in conjunction with WeSchool!

Consultancy

It was time for a new collaboration today; myself working alongside WeSchool. WeSchool is a leading European EdTech player and member of UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition that supports over 230 000 teachers and 2 million students in their learning experiences by providing an easy-to-use, accessible and inclusive digital space for learners. The aim was to bring secondary schools a FREE, …

Two GlosGeog events in one week!

GlosGeog

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, …