All the resources and other materials that were previously hosted on the Action Plan for Geography website "Geography Teaching Today" are moving to the respective sites of the Geographical Association [GA] and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) [RGS-IBG]. We hope you will continue to use these materials to support geography in your schools.
These awards recognise quality and progress in geography leadership, curriculum development, learning and teaching in school.
Focusing on good quality curriculum-making in primary and secondary schools that helps students understand the world around them.
Making school geography more exciting and relevant to secondary students by involving them in curriculum-making and by focusing on their own lived geographies.
A network of support for primary teachers across England involving face-to-face meetings and an online community.
Free online courses for primary and secondary teachers on a range of topics including department leadership, food security and learning about the local area.
Following a series of free face-to-face courses funded by the APG, the GA continues to run training days for primary and secondary teachers on a variety of themes.
Advice, guidance and resources on well-planned, safely run, quality fieldwork that can benefit students' learning and personal development.
Promote geography in your school by using our undergraduate and postgraduate geographers from universities and business to act as ambassadors for geography in the classroom.
The RGS-IBG's popular KS3 modules, with subjects ranging from India, China and London 2012, to mapping, development, migration and more.
A wealth of teaching resources aimed at Key Stages Four and Five, including teaching resources using research projects led by academics.
A range of online CPD modules and face-to-face courses for use in your department, looking at raising subject knowledge, technological ideas and help with leadership.
Recognising teachers who can demonstrate competence, experience, professionalism and commitment to continuing professional development.