Geography opens up the physical environment around them and the ways in which people interact with this environment.  In the 21st century, with growing awareness of the impact of human activity upon the environment and scarce resources, the study of Geography fosters positive life-long attitudes of environmental stewardship, sustainability and global citizenship.

This course will provide learners with the knowledge and skills to enable them to contribute effectively to their local communities and wider society. National courses in Geography are appropriate for a wide range of learners including those who wish to achieve a greater understanding of the environment and their place in it.

Staff members:

  • Mr J Moore, Principal Teacher Learning and Teaching
  • Mr N Chand
  • Mr R Smith
  • Ms F Thompson

Supporting Learning at Home

Pupils have been given instructions from their class teachers on how to work from home. Pupils can supplement this by making use of the following resources.

Google Classroom

Miss Thomson’s S1: pmdoksf

Miss Thomson’s S2: 5ft45jt

Eco Schools Team – Lessons and Resources

The Eco Schools Team, in collaboration with e-Sgoil and SCILT, have put together a programme to offer lessons for pupils and CPD for staff.

Some of the classes being delivered are;

Eco-Schools @ Home: ideas and resources to help you make the improvements at home that are important to you

Young Reporters Scotland: covering what it means to be a “reporter”, the process of going from idea to finished project, tips for writing, photography, and film

Climate Ready Classrooms (for Secondary pupils only): a course over 8 sessions preparing young people to become carbon literate ambassadors who plan and act on climate change issues within their own schools and communities, leading to accreditation from the Carbon Literacy Project

Details of how the classes can be accessed by pupils are available on the leaflet below.

e-Sgoil National Offering Timetable Revisions

S1 – Mapskills

S1 – Extreme Weather

S2 – EarthForces


These are a couple of websites that may be known to you already. They will be helpful for Humanities and any other area you wish to study. Simply type in the topic or subject level to access the resources.

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