Starting the week with some bespoke CPD

Consultancy

I received the following request from the Geography Subject Leader at St. William’s Catholic Primary School in Ince, near Wigan, Lancashire (https://www.saintwilliams.wigan.sch.uk/new-homepage) towards the end of Term 3: ‘I am looking for some bespoke CPD to support me with developing the geography curriculum at my school. We are using Oddizzi as a scheme, but I have swapped out some of …

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

Consultancy

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 …

Effectively sequencing geography and history provision: EYFS – Year 6 (David Weatherly Education)

CPD For Me

Twice within the space of a month!  It was, once again, time for some CPD for me, delivered as competently and enthusiastically as ever by David Weatherly and with a little help from Sheena Wright, an EYFS specialist. The theme of today’s CPD was ‘Effectively sequencing geography and history provision: EYFS – Year 6‘. After formally welcoming everyone and introducing …

Geographical Association (GA) In the Know webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

It was time for the final webinar in this series of six linked to the Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know online resources and one that is closely related to geographical skills and fieldwork. These webinars are a quick, easy and cost-effective means of updating your subject knowledge, whether you are a Geography Subject Leader, experienced classroom teacher, ECT or trainee. Further details about the series can be found …

Geographical Association (GA) In the Know webinar series

Consultancy

Today’s webinar was the third in a series of six linked to the Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know online resources. These webinars are a quick, easy and cost-effective means of updating your subject knowlege, whether you are a Geography Subject Leader, experienced classroom teacher, ECT or trainee. Further details about the series can be found by accessing the web-link below: https://www.geography.org.uk/events/In-The-Know-webinar-series/15254?OccId=20745 The aim is to make …

Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know webinar series

(Webinar 6: Grid references and map symbols) Time to get practical!

ConsultancyWorkshops

Our final ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Grid references and map symbols’, one that links closely to geographical skills and fieldwork. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in ‘real time’ and for listening/viewing when time allows, which is great to witness. Maps are works of art.  There are many …

Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know webinar series

(Webinar 3: Mountains and volcanoes)

ConsultancyWorkshops

Thursday afternoon soon comes around again … time for another ‘In the Know’ webinar.  This week the focus was on ‘Mountains and volcanoes’, one of my favourite themes to teach when I was in the classroom. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow.  If you have yet to attend one of the …

Let’s get practical!

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

Our final ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Grid references and map symbols’, one that links closely to geographical skills and fieldwork. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in ‘real time’ and for listening/viewing when time allows, which is great to witness. Maps are works of art.  There are many …

Interweaving geography and history this afternoon!

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in ‘real time’ and for listening/viewing when time allows.  If you have yet to attend one of the webinars, but wish to discover more, then further …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

Our final ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Grid references and map symbols’, one that links closely to geographical skills and fieldwork. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in real time and for listening/viewing when time allows, which is great to witness. Maps are works of art.  There are many …