The Geography department sees its distinctive contribution to be related to stimulating within the students an interest in, and a sense of wonder about, places. Geography helps students to make sense of a complex and dynamically changing world.

Students look at where places are, how places and landscapes are formed, how people and their environments interact, and how a diverse range of economics, societies and environments are interconnected. It builds on student’s own experiences to investigate places at all scales, from the personal to the global.


Staff in Geography

Mr Barnes – Lead Subject Teacher
Miss Masefield – Teacher
Mrs Dutton – Teacher

The Geography Curriculum


Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Year 7

  • Pendle power!
  •  What is the weather going to be like next week?
  • Green field or brown field?
  • Fantastic places

Year 8

  • Adventure landscapes 1
  • Adventure landscapes 2
  • Risky places
  •  Impossible places


GCSE – Edexcel A

Year 9

The Physical Environment

  • Changing landscapes of the UK
  • Coasts
The Physical Environment

  • Rivers
  • Weather hazards and climate change
The Physical Environment

  • Ecosystems, biodiversity and management

Year 10

The Human Environment

  • Changing cities


The Human Environment

  • Global development
The Human Environment

  • Resource management

Year 11

Geographical investigations

  • Fieldwork
  • UK challenges
Completion of any outstanding topics from Y9-10.
  •  Revision

Useful Geography links:

We would encourage all students to spend time at home reviewing their learning and trying to work through any misunderstandings or areas of difficulty, before then discussing them in school with their teacher.

The following links will help students to find information and other learning resources to support their learning:

Lower School “Can-do” skills