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Geography

Term

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Year 7

  • Where do I live?
  • What makes our journey incredible?
  • How did Huntingdon grow?
  • How did Glaciers form our landscape?
  • Are there too many people in the world?
  • Why does rain change the landscape?

Year 8

  • Why are poor countries poor?
  • How has water shaped our landscape?
  • Why do people visit places?
  • Why do people move?
  • Are humans right to exploit Antarctica?
  • Why Geography matters

Year9

  • How restless is the earth?
  • Is tourism all bad?
  • Are glaciers becoming extinct?
  • What are the issues we face today?
  • How are we connected to other countries?
  • Can we save the land from the sea?
  • Is Huntingdon a typical settlement?

Year 10

  • Restless Earth
  • Urban Change
  • Living World
  • Controlled Assessment

Year 11

  • Coastal Environments
  • Population Change

 

  • Urban Change
  • Tourism

Year 12

  • Rivers – F761
  • Section A
  • Urban Change – F762
  • Section A
  • Coastal Env - F761
  • Section B
  • Tourism– F762
  • Section B
  • Arid and Semi Arid - F761
  • Section A
  • Energy Issue– F762
  • Section A
  • Geographical skills
  • F764

Year 13

  • Globalisation F763
  • Earth Hazards F763
  • Climatic Hazards – section A
  • Population and resources – section A
  • Geographical Skills
  • F764

News

  • Ofsted Chief Inspector visits Cambridgeshire secondary school to launch annual Ofsted report

    Ofsted Chief Inspector of Schools Amanda Spielman chose to visit St Peter’s School in Huntingdon to launch her first Ofsted annual report in recognition of the rapid improvements at the school.

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