Young Geographer of the Year Competition
This year’s Young Geographer of the Year competition gives pupils the chance to explore the potential that geography holds. Whether you’ve always wanted geography to take you to a particular place, to help you in a particular career or to help you understand one of the many challenges facing our world, we want to know where geography can take you.
If you are interested in taking part please see Miss Anderson for an entry form and some more information.
We aim to develop our pupils understanding of various people and their culture around the world developing our pupils into global citizens who respect their local and global environment. We instil ideals on sustainability and develop pupil’s moral responsibility to support those in the world less fortunate than ourselves; especially those suffering from natural disasters, poverty, famine, disease and war. We plan fun and engaging lessons/topics as we want to inspire and enthuse the young minds at St Gregory’s. Our intent is to develop pupil understanding of the many natural processes of the earth and allow pupils to see first-hand how these impact on the daily lives of humans. Our curriculum has a strong skills focus, which we aim to develop over a pupil’s five years at St Gregory’s, essential in preparing our pupils for life after St. Gregory’s as many are transferable into further learning, employment and apprenticeships.