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The Geography department at All Saints’ has the intent to inspire in our pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world and people within it; to promote the pupils' interest and understanding of diverse places, people, resources and natural and human environments, together with a deep understanding of the Earth’s key physical and human processes. Geography is an ever-changing discipline and we look to excite students’ knowledge, thus making them more aware of the modern world issues around them. We ensure we are consistently updating our Geography curriculum to guarantee students are well-equipped to tackle these issues, as well as providing a deeper understanding of the social, economic and physical processes which shape and change our modern world. This guarantees that all students are better prepared for the wider world post-education, further study at higher education and the world of work. The subject has a strong emphasis on transferable skills, linking to topics, fieldwork opportunities and cross-curricular links. Subsequently, we challenge students to think, act and speak like those working in the field would.

Geography is a rich and diverse subject; we have diversified our curriculum to ensure students are not only taught to challenge misconceptions, but to empower them with the passion and determination to do so. At All Saints’ we provide our students with an inclusive curriculum which is representative and diverse. Thereby equipping them with the knowledge to be part of creating a more just and sustainable world.