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

Consultancy

The week seems to have flown by. How was it now time 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/E000049 The aim of these sessions is to enhance delegates’ subject knowledge of several key geographical themes, as well as increasing their confidence to teach such topics both …

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

Consultancy

Well. it was time for Session 2 of this ‘In the Know’ webinar series; a slightly different format to usual, but one which seems to have been well-received overall and certainly an option to consider repeating next academic year. Further details about the series can be found by accessing the web-link below: https://portal.geography.org.uk/event/view/E000039 The aim of these sessions is to enhance …

A GlosGeog and Ordnance Survey (OS) collaboration

GlosGeog

It is not very often that you get the opportunity to ‘come and hone your geographical skills, have a play with Digimap for Schools and conduct a fieldwork enquiry within the school grounds … all in the space of a day!‘. Thanks to support from the Balcarras Trust and Darren Bailey from Ordnance Survey (OS), GlosGeog (Gloucestershire’s local Geographical Association [GA] branch), were …

Virtual Primary Geography Subject Leader Network meeting

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Now that Term 4 is in full swing, it was time for the second of our virtual Primary Geography Subject Leader Network meetings of this academic year.  Over 75 individuals were on board; many ‘regulars’, as well as some new faces too from all over the UK.  The theme of our meeting, geographical skills and fieldwork, was obviously a popular …

Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting, Sir Thomas Rich’s School (STRS), Gloucester

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Our second Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting of this academic year was held in the Pavilion at Sir Thomas Rich’s School (STRS) in Gloucester.  The theme for today’s session was ‘Maps, maps and more maps!’ following requests from individuals at our last meeting.  We were a little smaller in number than usual as a few regulars had prior school commitments, e.g. …