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 “To develop enthusiastic explorers, aspiring activists and considerate decision makers”

Welcome to Geography

Geographers will learn about the complex human and physical processes and begin to ask questions about challenges and solutions to geographical issues enabling them to be critical thinkers, responsible and resourceful. Geographers will develop geographical and key employment skills in interpreting various data sources and continue to enrich their locational knowledge and special understanding with a focus on place specific details.

Students will be introduced to a wide variety of issues facing our environment and develop ways to identify, describe, explain analyse, evaluate and assess topics including climate change, immigration, population increase, resource consumption, urbanisation and sustainability. As part of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, students will have opportunities to engage in discussions, activities and develop their communication skills which highlight the diversity of the world in which they live and learn about various societies, cultures and belief systems.

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