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Geography Websites

 

Weather around the world
Discover far-flung and exotic locations by following the travels of Barnaby Bear
  Investigating rivers
  Villages in India
  Mountain environment
  Should high streets close?

New links coming soon

Carbon Detective Logo

DCSF Carbon Detectives Kit

Online carbon footprint detector for schools, designed to help students understand some of the key issues related to climate change.

  Environmental issues
  Water

New links coming soon

 Investigating the local area  

Contrasting locality

 

Other websites you may find useful

Geography Essentials

Channel 4 Learning - Geography Esssentials

Click on the islands to found out more about various topics including people and places, the environment and contrasting localities.

link to MapZone information

MapZone is a totally free, bright and lively web site produced by Ordnance Survey that aims to teach children, between 7 and 16 years, mapping skills in a fun way. This free resource offers interactive play with stimulating questions and answers together with animations and games to make the structured learning process a joy to come back to.

Europa Go!

Learning about Europe can be fun.

Discover more about your European neighbours. Interactive games will put your knowledge and dexterity to the test.

Tarmac

Quarryville

This website helps to teach children about minerals in the earth and how we extract them.  There are also sections showing how these natural resources relate to building, archaeology, ecology and recycling.