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 …

What a feat!

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Hover over the images to reveal captions.  Click on the images to enlarge them. It was time for another virtual trip to the Arctic, and it was a biggie! On board today were over 300 Key Stage 2 pupils and their teachers from seven schools located throughout the UK, namely Holy Trinity C of E Primary School in Cookham, Berkshire …

Time for me to be trained for a change!

CPD For Me

It was rather relaxing being in the audience instead of presenting for once, until you are invited to contribute, of course! Today saw me attend David Weatherly and Sheena Wright’s virtual training day, entitled ‘EYFS – Year 1 Continuity of Learning in Geography and History: EYFS into Year 1‘. After a warm welcome and introductions, David began by setting the …

Back to it … heading north once again!

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Our first Arctic adventure of 2024! Hover over the images to reveal captions.  Click on the images to enlarge them. It was time for another virtual trip to the Arctic; rather apt as the weather has turned much colder of late and some places have even seen ‘the white stuff’, snow! On board today were over 125 Key Stage 2 …

‘Power Your Future’, in conjunction with WeSchool

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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 …

Off to even colder climes!

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Our final Arctic adventure of 2023! Hover over the images to reveal captions.  Click on the images to enlarge them. It was time for another virtual trip to the Arctic; rather apt as the weather has turned much colder of late and the days are becoming far shorter. On board today were around 200 Key Stage 2 pupils and their …

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 …

Bespoke CPD (Tankersley St. Peter’s Primary School)

Consultancy

Today was the second of our bespoke CPD sessions. I began by addressing any questions/concerns that had arisen following the Geography Subject Leader’s subsequent discussion with other members of staff, alongside her contemplation and exploration of the suggested websites and resources. Since there had been a handful of e-mails exchanged between sessions to clarify a few points, these were actually …

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 …