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Teacher of Geography

Langley SchoolNorfolk

At Langley, we see it as our mission to foster a genuine and lasting love of the subject through exciting, well planned and engaging lessons in which pupils are challenged, encouraged to learn from their mistakes and are able to thrive.

Younger pupils are encouraged to learn about the world today through a variety of both traditional and more modern teaching and learning activities, including; investigations, group presentations, games, experiments and modern technological platforms such as School’s social media sites. 

At GCSE and A level we study the AQA Specification. There is a strong emphasis on independent learning, independent research, conducting investigations, fieldwork and preparing students for the next step, whether that be University, the working world or backpacking. 

We strongly value fieldwork, trips and experiences outside the classroom to consolidate learning and understanding of some of the complex themes and issues we study. It is also an opportunity for pupils to be creative and build strong interpersonal relationships with both teachers and other pupils. We offer fieldwork to all year groups; from investigating infiltration rates around the school site, studying perception of place in Scarborough, visiting the incredible landscape of fire and ice in Iceland to trekking through the Sahara Desert by Camel in Morocco. 

For further information on Langley School and the role of Teacher of Geography, please see our applicant information pack in supporting documents.

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