Geography

This subject inspires young people’s curiosity and fascination about the world. It involves an understanding of physical and human processes and covers topics such as places, people, resources and natural and human environments.

We found 54 challenges in the Subject area 'Geography'

Challenge Level NLH
The learner will be able to recognise and explain the similarities and differences between the UK and Australia.
Entry 2  20
The learner will be able to choose a local park, plan a walking route using an electronic map and list how to keep themselves safe on their journey.
Entry 3  10
The learner will explore and illustrate an awareness of Japanese cultures and traditions.
Level 1  20
The learner will learn about and demonstrate an understanding of responses to the causes of climate change.
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to independently prepare for a Forest School session by choosing appropriate clothing and items for a packed lunch.
Entry 2  10
The learner will be able to research and produce a map of a chosen area.
Level 1  20
The learner will be able to extract information from a brief and use the information to book a flight.
Entry 2  10
The learner will learn about and demonstrate an understanding of the causes and effects of climate change.
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to name and locate the seven emirates of the UAE.
Entry 1  10
The learner will understand how to interpret location on an OS map using a 6 figure grid reference.
Level 1  20
The learner will explore and illustrate an awareness of the Chinese New Year and the traditions associated with it.
Level 1  20
The learner will explore the traditions and culture associated with China and Chinese New Year.
Entry 1  20
The learner will take part in cooking foods from four different European countries.
WTE1  20
The learner will engage with a multi-sensory trail and to communicate responses or preferences of different stimuli encountered.
WTE1  10