9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Geography Subject Leader – An Introduction
This course is designed to help you feel confident leading geography in your class and across the school. We will link subject development to ‘Intent’, ‘Implementation’ and ‘Impact’, and understand how high-quality geography contributes to a wider, coherent curriculum.
We will explore and answer such questions as:
- How do we develop key geographical concepts in our curriculum?
- How can we take geographical learning beyond core knowledge?
- How can we plan with progression in mind?
- How do we assess the impact of geography teaching and learning on pupils?
You will receive a suite of electronic resources to help you put your subject development plans into action and some practical teaching ideas to take away and share.”
Paula Owens worked for many years as a primary teacher and Deputy Head and now mainly works for the Geographical
Association where she leads primary work in curriculum development, the Geography Quality Mark and global
learning. See www.geography.org.uk.
Paula is also a freelance consultant, author and trainer specialising in primary geography and sustainability.
She has worked with government agencies and NGO’s to develop curriculum materials and provided INSET in
National and European contexts. She is co-editor of the award winning series ‘Geography Plus: Primary
Teachers’ Toolkit’ and leads an online network of ‘ Geography Champions’ to support primary teachers
This event is designed for Primary Geography Subject Leaders.
Date: Thursday 30th September 2021
Time: 09.30 – 3.30pm
Venue: High View Primary
Cost: £75 for TSSW members
£100 for all other delegates
Venue: High View School