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Limited Places Available for September 2024 Entry

If you're still to make a decision about where to start your child’s schooling, have you considered King’s College Pre-Prep? We have some limited availability for admissions this September.

An understanding of the natural world and what's in it is a source of not only a great curiosity but great fulfilment.

Sir David Attenborough, Broadcaster

Why Study Geography?

Geography is taught using contemporary methods of instruction and delivery. Staff adopt an enquiry approach to the teaching of geography, equipping pupils with the knowledge and skills of investigation, critical-thinking, problem-solving and communication. As a result, pupils are able to foster attitudes that will assist them to participate as active and informed citizens in our global society, and to appreciate and apply the concept of sustainability.

Pupils studying geography are encouraged whenever possible, to apply their classroom knowledge to the real-world. Field trips enable first-hand opportunities to study a variety of topics: GCSE students study coastal features and management at locations such as Sidmouth or Dawlish Warren, alongside exploring regeneration and quality of life in a city such as Exeter. In addition the department has previously run international trips, such as to Iceland, where students were able to explore it’s unique geomorphology and seismic activity.

Geography Rocks

The Wegener Society is our school geography society named after the famous German meteorologist and geophysicist, Alfred Wegener. During his lifetime he was primarily known for his achievements in meteorology and as a pioneer of polar research, but today he is most remembered as the originator of the theory of continental drift. The society welcomes guest speakers to talk on a variety of geographical topics.

Abigail Godfrey

MA - Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
Head of Geography

Jonty Lawford

BA (Hons) - University of Birmingham
Geography Teacher

Jodie Atkins

BSc (Hons) - Royal Holloway University
Geography Teacher

Adam Hurrell

BA (Hons) - University of Wales / PGCE - University of Bristol / FRGS
Geography Teacher
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