Updated: Thu 15 Sep 2016
Geography at The Bulmershe School
Geography at the Bulmershe School is up-to-date, relevant, and exciting. So many of the world's current issues are closely related to Geography and we reflect this across the curriculum. We aim to give all our students an enjoyable insight into a wide variety of topics such as: Global Warming, Natural Disasters, the future of Energy Resources, the impact of Blood Diamonds and Somali Pirates on people and places. We offer a challenging and interesting curriculum from Year 7, through to GCSE and A Level. Ultimately we hope the knowledge and transferable skills which Geography fosters will help prepare students for the complex world of employment and life.
All Geography teachers have high expectations of their students and we are very proud of the success and high standards our students achieve. The Geography Department is also keen to keep changing and improving with new teaching practices and curriculum updates, making it an exciting and dynamic place for young people to learn.
Should you wish to contact a teacher in this department please email the head of department and copy to our office email. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This will mean we can ensure a swift response.
Mr Tomala: Subject Leader, email@example.com
Mrs Woodfin: Deputy Headteacher
Geography Society on a Wednesday lunch time. The society gives budding geographers the chance to investigate and debate the geographical issues of the day in a safe and friendly environment.
Rushall Farm for Year 7's - To read about our trip to Rushall Farm in June please click here
For course details please click on the PDF document at the bottom of this page.