“The study of Geography is about more than jus memorising place on a map, its about understanding the complexity of our world, appreciating the diversity of our cultures that exists across continents, and in the end, its about using all that knowledge to help bridge divides and brings people together” - Barack Obama
Geography, as a discipline, helps us to make sense of the world around us.
It is hands on, it is relevant and it is fun.
Geography will create more well-rounded and worldly people as it will give insight to current issues in both human and physical geography which affect us all. In an inter-connected world like we have today, the study of geography has never been more important. Without question, geography covers many pressing issues and will inspire students to want to tackle these issues from the offset. By studying geography, students will gain a curiosity about the world; offering such a variety of topics and experiences that are never ‘old’ or ‘boring’ but ever changing and pertinent.
Sharing our passion for the subject, helps to inspire students’ to apply a wide range of geographical investigative skills and approaches to enable them to become globally and environmentally informed, thoughtful enquiring citizens.