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******HOME LEARNING 2020 UPDATE​​​​******

Students self-isolating and working from home should make sure they check their emails and class Teams for any information that has been given there.

Students should make sure they regularly check Kerboodle and Seneca for tasks that have been arranged specifically for home learning.

Class teachers may choose to send individual emails to students or groups, but this does depend on how busy staff are or how many students are absent. This will also depend on the length and reason for absence.

BBC Bitesize is a valuable resource and there are many suitable activities there if specific work has not been arranged.

Further tasks are being organised and will be posted here as soon as we are able.

At GCSE level, GCSEpod is very useful. Reviewing topics covered and being prepared for the next is really good use of time. All students should have an account with GCSEpod.

"Geography is the subject which holds the key to our future" – Michael Palin

"Geography prepares for the world of work - geographers, with their skills of analysis are highly employable!"

"Without Geography - You are ………..nowhere!"

“Geography is the study of the earth’s landscapes, peoples, places and environments. It is, quite simply, about the world in which we live.

Geography is taught to students in all Key Stages within the Chatham and Clarendon Grammar School. It is taught to all students in Key Stage 3, it is optional at GCSE and A-Level.
Approximately ¾ of Year 9 students choose geography as a GCSE, in excess of 100 students take the GCSE examinations each year.

It continues to be a popular subject at A-level with many students continuing to study the subject at University.

There are six enthusiastic, subject specialist and experienced teachers in the department with wide range of interests and skills.