Geography is the study of the world, and how and why changes are taking place within it.
The subject encourages students to develop a deep understanding of the interaction between physical and human processes. It allows individuals to appreciate how places, environments and issues change and how people respond to these changes.
The course involves visits to areas of outstanding geographical interest including visits to Bournemouth, Wales, Brighton and the Lake District. There is also the opportunity to take part in an overseas trip. Past students have visited Southern Italy, Spain and Iceland.
- A minimum of five GCSEs (with two at grade 6, and three at grade 4.)
- GCSE English at grade 5.
- A G-Score of 5.2
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Studying Geography can lead to employment across a wide range of sectors including business management, marketing, journalism, advertising, architecture, environmental conservation, research, town planning, government, the media and many more.