Key Stage 3 Geography

Geography is the study of the earth’s landscapes, peoples, places and environments. It is, quite simply, about the world in which we live. The Geography department at Sir William Romney’s aims to encourage all students to enquire about the world around them, whether that be on local, national, international or global scale.

Please see detailed information for each year group below.

KS3 Curriculum Diagram Geog

Key Stage 4 – GCSE Geography

We follow the AQA examination board. Students study Geography for five hours a fortnight, building on the skills and knowledge they have developed in KS3. Through this course students look at the geographical processes linked to both the physical and human world by studying units on: population, tourism, development, coasts, water and plate tectonics.

Please see detailed information about the GCSE Geography qualification below.

Key Stage 4 Curriculum Information Geog

KS4 Curriculum Diagram Geog