What is it to be a Geographer at Marriotts?
At Marriott’s our intent for Geography is to inspire pupils with a curiosity and fascination about the physical and human processes and features of the world that will remain with them for the rest of their lives. We wish to grow and nature a love of the subject of geography that will inspire future students to share their appreciation and understanding of the importance of the subject.
Teaching will equip pupils with understand place, space, people, resources and natural and human environments, together with a deep understanding of the Earth’s key physical and human processes.
Teaching will also encompass a range of geographic skills that will be applicable and useful throughout their academic career, ranging from critical thinking, to reading maps and GIS, statistics for geographers and evaluation and application skills.
Click on the relevent year group curriculum maps in the document section below to find out more detail about what is studied in Marriotts Geography department. For further details of the Geography curriculum please contact Mr G Reilly: G.Reilly@marriotts.herts.sch.uk
You also download Knowledge Organisers for each year group from our Knowledge organiser page . These outline what homework is expected from each student, for all subjects.
The Geography Department consists of 3 highly skilled and passionate members of staff who are fully committed to ensuring each student maximises their potential in Geography and is able to enjoy the diverse range of topics that we study at Marriotts.
|Staff||Role In Faculty|
|Mr G Reilly||Head of Geography|
|Mrs L Albone||Teacher of Geography/SENCO (Joint)|
|Mrs A Phillips||Teacher of Geography|
Click on the relevent year group curriculum map to find out more detail about what is studied in Marriotts Geography department.
Careers: Where can this subject take you?
Geography can lead to many varied careers including:
- Environment and ecology
- Town planning
- Cartography (making maps)
Geography is good choice for your GCSE subjects if you want to:
- keep your future subject choices open
- study a general subject
- find out about other subjects – such as sociology or geology – which you may not have had the chance to study yet
- better understand the world today
Geography is part of the English Baccalaureate (EBacc), a set of core subjects which can help you choose your GCSE options (and which are also used as a measure for schools).