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    Don’t forget our Spring 2021-22 Geog-Along - the Hampshire Secondary Network (Webinar) still has places available! – 8 February, 31 March 2022

    by Cormac Wilton -

    Delivered over two x 2 hour sessions, these Geog-Along sessions follow a question-based approach to sharing ideas and generating feedback to support the development of the geography in your school. The sessions focus on issues and challenges that are relevant to the subject to meet the needs of your pupils and continue to improve the provision of geography in your school.

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: Geog-Along

    Price: Sub £60 / SLA £50 / Full £72


    Spring 2021-22 - Geography Primary Network Meetings now available for spring term (Webinar) – various dates available from 26 January 2022

    by Cormac Wilton -

    The geography network meetings provide knowledge and understanding of the geography discipline as well as ideas and advice for geography subject leaders to improve the provision of geography in their school. A high quality geography curriculum can only be developed when an understanding of the National Curriculum and the subject are applied to the individual context of a school. The network meetings support geography leaders to gain the confidence to sow the seeds and aide the growth of Primary geography

    Spring

    ·         Sharing of good practice and ideas

    ·         Sharing of subject specific knowledge and resources

    ·         Effective monitoring

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: Geography Primary Network

    Price: Sub £80 / SLA £65 / Full £96

    Available in the Spring term: Spring 2021-22 Geog-Along - the Hampshire Secondary Network Meeting – 8 February and 31 March 2022

    by Cormac Wilton -

    These Geog-Along two x 2 hour sessions follow a question-based approach to sharing ideas and generating feedback to support the development of the geography in your school. The sessions focus on issues and challenges that are relevant to the subject to meet the needs of your pupils and continue to improve the provision of geography in your school.

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: Geog-Along

    Price: Sub £60 / SLA £50 / Full £72


    Take a look at our competition for schools over Recycle Week!

    by Cormac Wilton -

    The Climate Crisis Project Moodle tab contains a wealth of information, useful links, videos and lesson plans which support the curriculum and offer a variety of opportunities to embed this learning in to the existing curriculum in our schools. One such opportunity is the Recycle week creative competition; With the chance to win an eco-school trip for your class and lots of other eco goodies, Recycle Week is the perfect opportunity to showcase your creativity and show pupils how their actions can make a difference. You can start with our PSHE and Science PowerPoint lesson to guide pupils through what recycling means, then take on one (or two) of our creative missions to enter into our competition prize draw!

    Have you seen our Leading Primary Geography Confidently and Competently course? – 16 November 2021

    by Cormac Wilton -

    The aim of this one-day course is to learn the elements of the geography National Curriculum and explore how the geography curriculum can be brought to life to help engage children in all aspects of it. The afternoon will have an element of participation and interaction in order for you to experience geography as our children should.

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: Geography Confidently

    Price: Sub £160 / SLA £90 / Full £192

    New Guidance for managing COVID-19 in education settings in Autumn 2021 is available to view

    by Cormac Wilton -

    The guidance for managing COVID-19 in education settings in Autumn 2021 has changed. Recorded webinars and a set of PPT slides have been created to support educational settings which you can find here. This guidance is not static but will evolve further as the term progresses so please check regularly for updates.


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