Geography is a highly respected interdisciplinary subject which develops students a deeper knowledge, understanding and skills relating to the physical and human world .
At Island School we offer a range of courses between years 9 and 13.
in year 9, 10 and 11 Students can follow Year 9 Geography Entrance course and Geography/Environment focused Elements course: -Urban Survival
In year 10 and 11- Students can follow the Cambridge IGCSE Geography course.
In year 12 and 13 students can follow IB Geography SL and HL and or the
SL Environmental Systems and Societies course
WHY IS GEOGRAPHY SO IMPORTANT?
Geographical skills and thinking hold the key to solving many of our current global problems including; climate change, unsustainable cities, water scarcity, population and migration, energy, food production, pollution and food and health
Geography students develop a wide range of valuable transferrable skills .
The Russell group of the UK s top Universities and the UK Government has described Geography as "one of the key facilitating subjects", meaning that by taking Geography you can gain access to a wider range of Higher education options.
There are a lot of reasons to study Geography:
Studying Geography opens doors to a wide variety of courses and potential careers.
The subject can open doors to a wide variety of courses and jobs in business, environment, government and academic careers.
GEOGRAPHY OPENS DOORS PPT
See what Island School students say about studying IB Geography.
Higher education links
Geography linked courses at University link some amazing university courses .
Berkley Undergraduate Geography
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