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Primary CPD courses from the GA!
« on: January 22, 2019, 11:15:39 AM »
Coming up in March from the GA, these courses are aimed at primary geography teachers and geography subject leaders, and help you make the most out of your sessions, with new ideas to integrate geography into your curriculum and give pupils a chance to investigate their local environment.


Literacy through geography  London - 5 March 2019

In order to be judged as ‘outstanding’, Ofsted requires schools to demonstrate high levels of literacy. This course will demonstrate how geography can encourage pupils to engage with literacy, providing you with ideas to develop a rich and relevant curriculum which will give pupils excellent educational experiences. It will explore geography through stories, consider the use of images to develop speaking and listening, and think about sharing and justifying opinions in geography. Opportunities for outdoor work will also be examined, promoting relevant, real-world learning. We will trial the various activities and discuss how they might be adapted for use with your own pupils and school setting.

Aims of the course:

  • Understand how geography can support and enhance literacy.
  • Discover a range of geographical activities that will help pupils to develop their literacy skills.
  • Discuss and share ideas for developing literacy through geography with other primary teachers.
  • Find out how to develop useful resources that support outstanding geography and literacy.

To find out more and book online, click here >>> https://bit.ly/2QFZTZY


Leading fieldwork in the primary geography curriculum  London - 6 March 2019

Urban environments offer diverse, dynamic settings packed full of 'living geography' and stimulating contexts for purposeful geographical enquiry, no matter what the weather or season. This practical course will explore the use of urban areas for primary geography fieldwork, update your geography know-how and demonstrate how to meet the fieldwork requirements in the geography National Curriculum.

Aims of the course:

  • Feel more confident in using urban environments as a setting for high-quality fieldwork.
  • Understand how to interpret and use the National Curriculum to achieve high-quality geographical enquiry in the locality.
  • Find out more about using of maps and other media to present fieldwork findings.
  • Consider questions about planning for and progression in fieldwork across the primary phase.
  • Take away a range of ideas to support your teaching.

To find out more about this course and book a place, click here >>> https://bit.ly/2T7JOgm

 

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