Introduction to the Subject
We aim to create global citizens equipped to assess received opinion and make independent judgements, who are aware of the past, present and future of the world around them. Through questioning, investigation and critical thinking, Bolingbroke geographers are exploring their place in the world, as well as their own values and their responsibilities.
They are investigating issues affecting the world and people’s lives, in the past, now and in the future through studying Geography mastery. They are given the tools to make sense of a complex and dynamically changing world, at all different scales.
Pupils will learn how places and landscapes are formed, by humans and the physical processes. In addition, pupils will gain an understanding of how people and their environment interact in both positive and negative ways. They are learning how a diverse range of economies, societies and environments are interconnected.
Each department has a 'DNA', that is to say, our vision for that department.
The DNA of the Humanities Department, within which Geography sits, can be viewed here:
If you have any queries please contact the Head of Humanities Ms Gelder