What’s SPaG, and why you need to know about it

I expect when you decided to do a GCSE in Geography you thought the marks in the exam would be awarded for your knowledge and understanding of geography. If you wanted to be assessed on your spelling, punctuation and grammar you’d do English Language, right?...

Real-time earthquake monitoring resources

When it comes to your exams, the examiners want to see more than just your ability to repeat what you’ve been told in class. They want to know that you *understand* what’s going on and can relate it to real-life case studies. Even when a question...

Why the updated site?

It’s hard to believe it, but the Geography Site has been around for so long now that there are students studying GCSEs who weren’t even born when the first version of the site went live!  First it was the Geography Exchange, then we became...