Rob Morris is currently a teacher of Geography and IT at Shrewsbury School. He has an extensive career stretching back to the late 1970’s and has taught in schools and colleges in the state and independent sectors. In that time, he has been a head of department, pastoral leader and an assistant head. He has also examined A level and GCSE for over 25 years and has written for a variety of publishers and revision websites.
Prepare to deliver the new, rigorous national curriculum in September 2014
What government proposals mean for you:
greater freedom over what is taught
demands to meet tight assessment criteria
focus on Core Knowledge
new Geography content
Practical strategies for KS1/2:
assuring pupil progress
Presented by: Ruth Potts
Ruth Potts has been a teacher for the past 32 years and has successfully lead a number of Geography departments. Ruth is a member of the Geography Association and has input into their response to the Government proposed curriculum changes. She has also sat on the Early Years and Primary Phase committee for the Geographical Society, helping to write articles for publication, lead workshops and lectures at the annual conferences.
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Bob has taught Geography for 24 years in three schools and 11 years in three universities as a PGCE Geography tutor. He led two departments, using teams of specialist and non-specialist staff in developing departments that were highly regarded. He was President of the Geographical Association between 2012-13.
Activities to achieve outstanding under 2014 curriculum
Presented by: Chris Trevor
Chris has been a Geography Subject leader and Adviser. Her style is renowned for lively, inspirational sessions, providing
practical easily implemented ideas! She is an active member of the Geographical Association Early Years and Primary Phase Panel