Geography

GEOGRAPHY

GEOGRAPHY OVERVIEW

Geography at Queen Anne’s aims to introduce geographical topics and concepts that help girls to understand the world around them locally, nationally and globally.  The girls develop inquisitive minds about the world in which they live.  This will provide a solid foundation for further studies into GCSE and A Level.  At GCSE and A Level geography will give you an understanding of the complexities of human and physical environments. It addresses contemporary issues and enables you to become an informed global citizen.  The course aims to study the inter-relationships between people and their varied environments, and the questions, issues and problems which arise from these relationships.


THE GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT TEAM

Head of Geography: Mr Will Warwick
Geography: Mrs Gillian Little (Director of Teaching and Learning)
Geography: Mrs Linda McGrenary
Geography: Ms Rachel Rathbone

THE GEOGRAPHY CURRICULUM

Based in the main school building, girls are taught in purpose-built classrooms.  When required for research purposes some lessons may be taught in one of the state-of-the-art ICT suites.

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