This unit of work introduces students to the significance of water from its source through to it being bottled and being a course of conflict. The features of rivers are…

Seven fun brainteasers and images which could be used as lesson starters or displayed in the classroom and corridor in a Geography department. Please like and follow us on Facebook…

This unit helps students to explore what they and others believe and why. The difference between urban myths and conspiracy theories is discussed in conjunction with primary and secondary sources…

This booklet helps students to investigate our solar system, the planets, comets, and stars in a question-and-answer research format. With this information the students can develop their own game of…

This booklet is designed to help students distinguish between fact and opinion and to be able to offer balanced positive and negative arguments related to bottled water. Students will begin…

This booklet allows students to explore tourism from its definition to types of tourism and their impacts. The unit starts by introducing the difference between leisure and tourism, where we…

This booklet introduces students to the essential graphs used in most subjects including Maths, Science and Geography, and how to draw them. Graphs discussed are: Line Graphs Bar Graphs Divided…

This is one of my favourite units with my students as it is predominantly student led which helps build confidence, trust, and responsibility as they work in groups outside of…

This booklet introduces students to the global links within sports, specifically football. We investigate the origin of top players and how these have changed over twenty years. Child labour, shanty…