Studying GCSE Geography isn’t just about memorizing facts; it’s about understanding the world and how it’s changing. You’ll dive into captivating topics like rivers, cities, and global issues, all while developing your skills in real-world geography. You’ll learn how to think critically and reflect on the world’s challenges, from climate change to urbanization. Plus, there’s exciting fieldwork that takes you outside the classroom. This qualification isn’t just about getting a grade; it’s about becoming an informed, enquiring mind, ready to tackle the big issues facing our planet and appreciate the incredible diversity of our world.
|International GCSE Geography
|November and June
|Weekly study time
|2 x 45-minute live lessons, 3 x 30-minute self-study lessons, 1 x 30-minute teacher-marked homework
|Approximately 100 x 45-minute individual tutoring lessons, 170 x 30-minute self-study lessons, 45 x 30-minute teacher-marked homework. Pace and level of commitment determined by individual needs.
including fieldwork from one of these topics.
including fieldwork from one of these topics:
Fragile environments and climate change;
Globalisation and migration;
Development and human welfare
For more information take a look at the Edexcel International GCSE Geography Specification: click here
|Physical Geography (70 minutes). 40% of the total International GCSE.
|Human Geography (105 minutes). 60% of the total International GCSE.
Geography is one of our non-compulsory GCSE subjects. Pupils gaining a 7 or above in GCSE Geography will be eligible to study Geography at A level.
Our core GSCE subjects are taught in group classes via a combination of interactive self-study lessons and live lessons led by an expert teacher:
Additional GCSEs subjects are available via our tutoring programme, including: