The course is an even split between human and physical Geography. Topics you will cover include coastal landscapes and factors which affect their formation, Earth?s Life Support Systems with water and carbon cycles, ?human? topics that explore our use of space and place and how towns and cities across the world are changing, migration and examining contemporary patterns and challenges of the 21st Century, power and borders and reflecting on issues of conflict and state fragility in the 21st Century, climate change is an important topic throughout the programme and a topic called ?Hazardous Earth? focuses on why some places are more at risk from hazards than others.
Progression onto Year Two
Progression to the second year of this A Level course will be dependent on having made satisfactory progress in the first year of the course, including achieving at least an E grade in a formal late spring assessment, as well as the maintenance of a good level of attendance and commitment throughout the year.