SCHOOL
PROGRAMME

SCHOOL PROGRAMME

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School Competition

The My Environment My Future (MEMF) Schools Competition invites all young people across the UK to think innovatively and practically about how they can improve their local urban area, by designing and creating a proposal...

A-level Lesson 4

The final lesson in the A-Level programme explores geographical research skills to investigate exogenous factors of a place study including flows of people, money, resources and knowledge and considers how these factors contribute to the...

A-level Lesson 3

The third lesson in the A-Level programme explores a cace study (local or contrasting) of the factors contributing to the character of places and considers how these factors contribute to the character of the place.

A-level Lesson 2

The second lesson in the A-Level programme explores the use of maps, satellite and digital images to map the historical changes in your place and the use of geographical research skills to investigate endogenous physical...

A-level Lesson 1

The first lesson in the A-Level programme explores geographical research skills to investigate endogenous physical factors of a place study including the location, topography, drainage, geology and soils and considers how these factors contribute to...

GCSE Lesson 6

The first lesson in the A-level programme explores geographical research skills to investigate endogenous physical factors of a place study including the location, topography, drainage, geology and soils and considers how these factors contribute to...

GCSE Lesson 5

The fifth lesson in the GCSE programme explores a case study of a regeneration project and the use geographical research skills to identify a potential regeneration site in a chosen urban area.

GCSE Lesson 4

The fourth lesson in the GCSE programme explores suitable questions for geographical enquiry, methods of data collection and understand the advantages and disadvantages of different sampling strategies.

GCSE Lesson 3

GCSE LESSON 3 The third lessons in the GCSE programme explores the human factors of function, population and housing policies have affected the urban structure and form and the characteristic and features of urban zones...

GCSE Lesson 1

The first lesson in the GCSE porgramme explores areas of urban growth in countries of contrasting development, the distribution of UK cities and the main characteristics of the situation, connections and major buildings/ importance of...

GCSE Lesson 2

The second lesson in the GCSE programme explores the internal physical characteristics which have affected the structure, buildings
and development of your urban area.

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