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Easington Academy has been designated as a National Support School and Miss Toni Spoors has been appointed to the role of National Leader of Education.

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 "As geographers we investigate what’s going on in the world and how we can make sense of it"


Year 7 and 8 close open

Curriculum Overview Year 7        Curriculum Overview Year 8


Geography taught in Year 7 and 8 aims to inspire our students to learn more about the world in which they live. Students will develop skills that prepare them for GCSE, where they will write reports, handle and analyse data, be involved in decision making and are expected to think creatively. Through Geography students will not only learn Geographical skills but they will be encouraged to develop literacy, numeracy, ICT and independent learning skills. A variety of teaching strategies are used in lessons so as to appeal to all types of learner and give students the opportunity to enjoy their learning. Students are also given the opportunity to participate in fieldwork activities, both in class and often as part of their homework.



Year 9,10 and 11 close open

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GCSE in Geography

Course Content/Areas of Study

You will investigate the problems associated with an increasingly urbanised world and the cause and effect of volcanoes, earthquakes, tropical storms and wildfires. You will also study global tourism and coasts. You will continue to develop map skills and fieldwork techniques and will put these into practice when you take part in a fieldwork visit, as part of your controlled assessment.


Examinations: 75%

Controlled Fieldwork Assignment: 25%

Core or Option

Option Subject

Number of Option Choices


Number of GCSE’s/equivalent