Sixth Form Geographers expand their learning

Report by Mr Wilkinson

In recent weeks Sixth Form Geographers have been attending a series of evening lectures celebrating 100 years of Geography at the University of Liverpool. I have been delighted with the students' enthusiasm and work ethic and this has been crystallised through their engagement in these twilight sessions which are incredibly popular within the Geography fraternity in the North West.

Lectures have included a diverse selection of concepts and case studies including 'The Accidental Data Revolution', 'Glaciers and Glaciation' and 'Will Where You Live Kill You?'. Not only do these lectures consolidate A-Level teaching and learning but they offer stretch, flair and creativity which will enable students to access the highest grades in the summer examinations.

More lectures in the New Year!
 

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