An Introduction to Primary Geography and Fieldwork Activities

Provider: Widehorizons Outdoor Education Trust
£80.00 (no VAT on this item)

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Description Specifically tailored to the primary curriculum, this course explores a wide variety of different geographical features including rivers, rocks and soils, the water cycle, hills and erosion, and the use of fieldwork techniques and data collection.
Duration 9am - 4pm
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http://www.widehorizons.org.uk/introduction-to-primary-geography-and-fieldwork-actvities/
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

Specifically tailored to the primary curriculum, this course explores a wide variety of different geographical features including rivers, rocks and soils, the water cycle, hills and erosion, and the use of fieldwork techniques and data collection.

The aims of the course are to link practical outdoor geographical activities to classroom learning, whilst bringing geographical theories to life. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Introduction to practical geography skills and fieldwork
  • Developing experience and confidence in using a wide range of fieldwork and data collection techniques directly linked to the primary curriculum
  • Knowledge of key geographical features, case studies and examples
  • Networking with other primary Geography teachers and Geography specialist tutors. 
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