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If you are Year 9 transitioning to Ashby School this summer, please click here to access the transition booklet that Ashby School would like you to complete.

 

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. 


 

Ashby Rotary Club Young Artist 2021

Ashby Rotary Club Young Artist 2021

Over lockdown the ADT department set a competition on behalf of the Ashby Rotary Club to find the Young Artist...

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Year 7 Photography Competition

Year 7 Photography Competition

As part of Mental Health Awareness week our Year 7’s were invited to take part in a Nature themed photograph...

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National Reading Quiz

National Reading Quiz

Congratulations to our Year 8 and 9 teams who jumped in at late notice to take part in the live National Lit...

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