Looking for help planning and carrying out fieldwork for your AS, A Level or The IB? See below or explore our Geography Fieldwork Opportunities.

Route to Enquiry

The individual investigation is worth 20% of the overall marks in A level geography. Read on for general advice if you’re not sure where to start.


The UK’s most dynamic environments, influenced by many physical and human forces, with dramatic consequences for the people who live there


Although the UK’s last glaciers disappeared 10,000 years ago, there’s still plenty of evidence for the action of glacial ice and meltwater in both the uplands and lowlands
Flood warning

Water and Carbon

Size of stores and speed of fluxes in the water and carbon cycles at a local scale, like a small drainage basin, woodland or peat bog


Human geography, including the changing socio-economic and demographic characteristics of local places, plus the cultural meanings and representations attached to different places


Geographical Information Systems (GIS) capture, store, manipulate, analyse, manage and display spatial data
Non exam assessment tutorials

Online tutorials to support students with completing the A Level Geography NEA. Navigate your journey through the Non-Exam Assessment (NEA) for Geography A level with flexible on-demand content.

Secondary and Further Education Courses

Set your students up for success with our secondary school trips and courses. Offering excellent first hand experiences for your students, all linked to the curriculum.
People forraging in Tollymore

Group Leader and Teacher Training

Centre-based and digital courses for teachers

Experiences for Young People

Do you enjoy the natural world and being outdoors? Opportunities for Young People aged 16-25.
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