Our programmes for AS and A-level Geography are designed to meet the specific individual needs of visiting groups and the fieldwork requirements of exam board specifications. Our specialist tutors deliver daytime and evening sessions covering all aspects of fieldwork including: methodology and equipment use, data collection, analysis and statistics, evaluation and risk assessment.
Our course content for the new AS and A-level specifications is tailor made to meet the needs of individual schools and colleges. As such, please get in touch with our bookings team to see how we can meet your needs.
A short drive from Calshot, Christchurch Bay offers a fantastic opportunity for those studying coastal management as part of their AS or A-level Geography course, for example AQA Coastal Systems and Landscapes syllabus.
Barton-on-Sea is an excellent location to evaluate the effectiveness of coastal management strategies and methods. Students will evaluate the range of sea defences used to manage this stretch of coastline including rock armour, groynes, cliff drainage work and coastal retreat. Field sketches, photographs, surveys and questionnaires can all be used to investigate the impact of coastal management.
Develop a social responsibility for the environment.
Cooperate with others in team tasks.
Leading and supporting
Develop leadership skills.
Develop good listening and communication skills.
Develop strategies to help plan and deliver effective solutions to obstacles.
The Brecon Beacons in South Wales is an excellent area for Field Studies including: industrial history of the coal and steel industry glaciation, rivers, coastal and settlement/town studies In addition the dynamic environments of the caves, rivers and mountains are incredibly inspirational places for learning of all levels to take place.
Students come away with first hand subject knowledge and the practical skills of field work.
Our staff can help plan and deliver to your requirements.