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Promotions / Re: CUP 'A' level book for AQA
« Last post by Geogphotos on July 24, 2016, 07:42:07 PM »
Looks an amazing set of resources.

But what a price for the whole lot!

Do schools have this sort of money ...state schools?
General Discussion / Re: GIS
« Last post by GB geographer on July 23, 2016, 01:17:55 PM »
Agree with this...
Digimap for Schools also works on any device as it is cloud based...
General Discussion / Re: OCR A GCSE 2016
« Last post by GB geographer on July 23, 2016, 01:17:11 PM »
Not that I know of, but you can always start one - all the others were started by teachers... Also, the focus of the old NING is likely to change to the new specs of course, as it has with the Edexcel 'A' level one.
I will be sharing work we do for OCR 'B' on my teaching blog:
General Discussion / Re: New GCSE Grade Descriptors
« Last post by GB geographer on July 23, 2016, 01:11:12 PM »
How long did that take how many people and at what cost I wonder?
Promotions / CUP 'A' level book for AQA
« Last post by GB geographer on July 23, 2016, 01:06:19 PM »
This will be published now on August 11th - ahead of the previous schedule, and means that it will be possible to have it waiting for the final week of the summer when some colleagues may be requiring it.

Details are here:
A great authoring team have been helped by a large team of editors, designers etc at CUP and the final product, which I edited, is well over 500 pages long...
I see this so differently.

Think about how much schools spend on expensive resources from commercial publishers. Think about the usually low fees paid to teachers who create resources for commercial publishers. Now we have a situation where teachers themselves can create resources - often of the same quality as commercial publishers though more modest in scope. The creators can make a few quid, and teachers can get super cheap resources. Isn't this a genuine win-win?

And if a creative teacher produces valuable resources for others why should they be treated like some sort of evil capitalist low-life?

It's near impossible to find any resources that are free on there any more, I've just uploaded a load of free lessons for the new AQA 1-9 spec.

Hopefully it will encourage a few others to share their work with others?
Promotions / CPD Event from RGS-IBG: Primary Geography Focus Day
« Last post by hsanghera on July 19, 2016, 03:50:12 PM »
An interactive day for primary teachers new to teaching geography as well as those with some experience. The day will focus on designing and resourcing challenging and progressive geography learning.
Date: Wednesday 16 November 2016 (9am - 3pm)
Location: RGS-IBG, London
Cost and booking: members £100 / non members £180. Please book here
Promotions / A2 Study Day for Year 13 Students - RGS-IBG
« Last post by hsanghera on July 19, 2016, 03:37:51 PM »
An opportunity for Year 13 students to attend a series of lectures and workshops to improve their subject knowledge in key areas of the A2 exam board syllabi. The choice of workshops available include globalisation, urbanisation/world cities, tectonic hazards, water conflict & security as well as a session on exam technique.
Date: Monday 5 December 2016 (10.45 - 3.50pm)
Location: RGS-IBG, London
Cost and booking: £20 members / £25 non members. Please book by visiting
Promotions / CPD Event from RGS-IBG: Secondary Teachmeet
« Last post by hsanghera on July 19, 2016, 03:23:16 PM »
An informal gathering of teachers coming together to present and learn from one another's classroom practice including practical innovations and personal insights in teaching.
Date: Wednesday 9 November 2016 (6.30-8.30pm)
Location: RGS-IBG
Cost and booking: Free, please book at
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