The Geography for Schools Lecture Series is a termly series of half-hour lectures that focus on different topics of the A-Level Geography syllabus. These free lectures are delivered by our experts and are supported by factsheets and worksheets to help students understand and work through the material.
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"These lectures are premiered on Monday nights at 17.00 on our Facebook and YouTube channel and are followed the week after by a live Q&A. Please send us in questions by commenting under the videos on Facebook and we will answer them in our fortnightly Q&A.
The Spring Term of 2021, we have four lectures planned, covering the breadth of human and physical geography. Topics to be covered include volcanic hazards, contemporary urban environments, wildfires and modern day slavery."
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This event is delivered online
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