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Outreach in History

  • History Head Start

    Teaching Resources for GCSE and A-Level Geography opens in a new window


    Environment and Empire is a collection of free teaching resources for GCSE and A-Level Geography. The resources are designed to highlight two major themes:  


    • The effects and consequences of empire on geography
    • The contributions of non-European people to the study of geography  


    The aim is therefore to contribute to both diversifying and decolonising the teaching of geography.


    The resources are all curriculum-aligned and are designed to fit into existing timetables. The resources are specifically aligned to components of the AQA GCSE and A-Level Geography specifications. The resources should also be of more general use to those teaching according to other exam board specifications.


    The project is the result of a collaboration between the Dr Arjan Gosal (Faculty of Environment, University of Leeds), Dr James Poskett (Department of History, University of Warwick), and Leeds Council.


    If you have any questions, or feedback, please do get in contactLink opens in a new window.

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