George Pindar School @georgepindarschOutstanding work from our Monday team at GPS. Our keyworker students and staff created Easter greetings for staff and residents of a local care home. Thanks to Miss Fox and Mrs Robinson for the inspiration! We hope these special members of our community enjoy receiving them! hours ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschIn school today, our Key Worker’s children completed "The Great Pindar Bake Off Technical Challenge" and baked fabulous Victoria Sponges. What a fantastic afternoon! Well done all of you and enjoy! #ProudToBePindar #StaySafe days ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschRT @exploretutors: Coming this Monday 6th April, Mid-Morning Maths with @Bobby_Seagull available to everyone! 🤩Join us on: Mondays for ages…4 days ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschYear 11s, Lisa at Sidewalk is offering support for your next steps. We are living in unprecedented times and we know that some of you are feeling utterly bewildered. Help is at hand. Please do take the time to have a read. (Turn your phone sideways and stretch the image out!) days ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschGreat to see our students so engaged with their online learning. Amelia embraced last weeks catering theme of using the "rubbing in" method to make some scones (Well done on finding some flour!) They look great Amelia, well done #ProudToBePindar #staysafe days ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschWe understand that our Year 11 students will be anxious about their next steps in these unprecedented times. Mrs Bilton has been in touch with several local post-16 providers and you can find their updates here: days ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschThe current unprecedented circumstances mean that our students are spending more time than ever online. Please take a moment to review this vital information about staying safe online: days ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschPlease see images below re. arrangements for free school meals. days ago
George Pindar School @georgepindarschMore numbers you can call if you are in need of support or are struggling for food supplies: Hub- 01723 232527 Rainbow Centre- 01723 5006632 weeks ago




Head of Geography and History: Miss G Robinson

Key Stage 3 Geography

Geography at Key Stage 3 aims to develop pupils’ understanding of physical and human patterns and processes, at a range of spatial and temporal scales.  Pupils build upon their locational knowledge of places at different stages of development, within and between countries, focusing on the impacts of socio-economic processes, such as globalisation and urbanisation.  Pupils consolidate their understanding of the significance of development gap issues by linking this to the challenges of managing physical processes, such as a range of natural hazards and threats to the natural environment.

Key Stage 4

GCSE Geography

Exam Board: AQA: Geography

Unit 1 Is called ‘Living with the Physical Environment’ (35%) It includes: The Challenge of Natural Hazards The Living World: Ecosystems such as tropical rainforests and hot deserts and Physical Landscape in the UK, focusing on rivers and coasts.

Unit 2 Is called ‘Challenges in the Human Environment’ (35%) It includes: Urban Issues and challenges, The Changing Economic world and The Challenge of resource management.

Unit 3 Is called ‘Geographical Applications’ (30%) and is skills based.  Students complete two sets of field work investigating the links between physical and human geography.  Questions in the exam relate to the fieldwork enquiry process. The issue evaluation is an information booklet on an issue to investigate and then answer questions about in the exam. 

Assessment: 100% exam