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In Geography, students develop an awareness of the world around them and how humans interact with their environments. 


Year 7 Topics 

  • Map Skills
  • Settling and living in a community
  • Living in a danger zone (volcanoes, earthquakes and flooding)

Year 8 Topics

  • Development
  • Globalisation
  • China

Year 9 Topics 

  • Extreme Environments


How does your subject embed cross curriculum literacy skills?

Students are constantly required to utilise and develop their literacy skills. Geography has many literacy requirements: reading and comprehension of information, writing of essays, PEE paragraphs, etc.  All work is marked using the literacy policy.


How does your subject embed cross curriculum numeracy skills?

Students have to interpret data, draw graphs and use maps to understand places. 


Sports Awards 2019

We are so proud of our sporting achievements at Ivanhoe, not just the results of our fixtures, but the commitment and effort from our students and staff. There are some impressive stats from this year: There have been 55 fixtures dates this year, with 108 individual fixtures. There have been 2...

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Ivanhoe Awarded Gold Artsmark Awards

Ivanhoe Awarded Gold Artsmark Awards

We are so proud to announce that we have been awarded the Gold Artsmark Award from Arts Council England. Havin...

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Year 8 Careers Event

This year we revamped our Year 8 careers day to add interest and choice for our students, and to allow them to find out about a range of careers. As a school we have guidelines to deliver quality careers education to our young people, this includes creating a stable careers programme which lin...

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Awards Night 2019


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Ivanhoe New Uniform

Ivanhoe New Uniform


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