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Mrs S Begum
Curriculum Leader of Humanities


Mr G Caines
Deputy Headteacher


Mrs S Ross


Miss H Thomas
Teacher of Humanities (History Lead)

Contacting the Team

If you have any questions or concerns about your child, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the Geography team by leaving a message with reception or by emailing our enquiry address.

We aim to respond to phone calls and emails as quickly as possible, and certainly within 48 hours. Please bear in mind that members of staff may have a day of teaching and may not be able to respond to non-urgent matters until the end of the Academy day or the following Academy day.

By telephone:      0121-464 2737 (main school switchboard)
By email:    

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KS3 Geography

In KS3 pupils will develop their knowledge and understanding of key issues on a local, national and global scale. Over each unit of work, pupils will learn about different case studies around the world giving them the opportunity to explore different cultures and societies. Pupils will also learn about the physical, human and cultural characteristics of different places in order to function more effectively in our increasingly interdependent world as global citizens.

KS4 Geography

Geography is optional at Key Stage Four and is a popular choice with pupils. The following is key information regarding the course.

Exam board

OCA Geography A (Geographical Themes) (9-1) J383 (from 2016) - Syllabus and Past papers on the OCR Website shown below.

Exam Information:

There are 3 papers:

1.       Living in the UK Today
2.       The World Around Us
3.       Geographical Skills

Learning Journey


Careers Information

“Geography graduates have one of the highest rates of graduate employment, pursuing a wide range of career paths. Put simply, there is no such thing as a geography job; rather there are multiple jobs that geographers do” (The Royal Geographical Society)

Geography careers offer opportunities to develop solutions to some of the most pressing issues for modern society, including climate change, natural disasters, overpopulation, urban expansion, and multicultural integration.

Geography Enrichment

Annual (Compulsory) Carding Mill Valley Fieldtrip with Year 10. Here students study the characteristics of a stream for their physical fieldwork.


Annual (optional) residential to Norfolk’s Kingswood field centre. Here students get to see and experience the geomorphic processes that they study in class and enjoy a range of team building activities.


Useful Resources

Useful websites and books:

  • My Revision Notes: OCR GCSE (9–1) Geography A ISBN: 9781510418936 

Reading List

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