Geography at A level

Geography is a dynamic and fascinating subject that explores a range of real-life issues, focusing on the environment and its processes, the awareness of cultural diversity and geographical variations relevant to business and good citizenship. A level Geography at Oaklands is very popular with 3 classes across Year 12 and 13.

Students who take Geography will be involved in fieldwork. Locations visited include Iceland, Sicily, London, Aberystwyth, Dorset and Chichester. The current residential trip is to Brenscombe Outdoor Centre near Corfe Castle in Dorset – more information can be read here. You can read about our Iceland and Sicily trips by clicking on the links below:

Link to Iceland Trip

Link to Sicily Trip

Geography is a diverse and rewarding subject and is easily combined with a large number of other A Level subjects. A new A level started in September 2016. Full details are provided below.

Exam Board: AQA

Exam Board specification weblink: http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/geography/as-and-a-level/geography-7037

Year 12 TopicsYear 13 Topics
  • Contemporary Urban Environments
  • Coastal systems
  • Hazards
  • Changing Places
  • Fieldwork
  • Global systems and governance
  • Water and carbon cycle