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1 Year Course



1st Payment




No. Months


Day & time

Wednesdays – 10.30am

Course details

  • 1 weekly 45 minute live lesson

  • 1 home study task with detailed feedback

  • These courses will prepare students for skills required at pre-GCSE level


Tectonic Hazards 

This course will introduce students to the fascinating and sometimes terrifying world of tectonic activity, which shapes our planet in countless ways. Tectonic hazards, such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis, can cause immense destruction and loss of life, but they can also create stunning landscapes and provide valuable resources.Throughout this course, you will learn about the processes that cause tectonic activity and how they can lead to hazards. You will explore the different types of tectonic hazards and their effects on human communities and the environment. You will also study the methods used to monitor and predict tectonic activity, as well as the strategies that can be used to prepare for and respond to tectonic hazards.

Map Skills 

This course is designed to introduce you to the essential concepts and techniques of map reading and interpretation. Throughout the course, you will learn how to read and interpret maps, including understanding symbols and scales, identifying different features, and understanding contour lines. You will also learn about different types of maps, such as topographic, political and weather maps, and how to use them for different purposes.In addition to map reading skills, you will also learn about different tools and technologies used in mapping, including GPS and satellite imagery. You will explore how these tools are used to create and update maps, and how they can be used to improve navigation and emergency responses.

Weather and Climate

In this course, we will be exploring the fascinating world of weather and climate. We will start by examining the basics of meteorology, including the different types of clouds, weather instruments, and how to read weather maps. Next, we will delve into the factors that influence climate, such as the greenhouse effect, ocean currents, and atmospheric circulation. We will also discuss how climate has changed over time, and what the potential consequences of climate change might be.

Extreme Environments 

In this course, we will explore some of the most challenging and fascinating environments on our planet, including deserts, mountains and polar regions. Through engaging and interactive lessons, you will learn about the unique characteristics of these extreme environments and how plants, animals, and humans have adapted to survive in them. We will also investigate the impact of human activity on these environments and the importance of conservation efforts to protect them for future generations.


Population is a fundamental concept in the study of geography. It refers to the total number of people living in a particular geographic area at a given time. This course will  involve understanding the distribution, characteristics, and changes in human population across different regions of the world.


In this course, we will be exploring the rich and fascinating history, culture, geography, and society of this vast and diverse country. China is one of the world's oldest and most influential civilizations, with a history that stretches back over 5,000 years. From the earliest dynasties to the modern era, China has played a key role in shaping world history, culture, and trade.Through this course, you will learn about the major events and figures that have shaped China's past and present. You will also explore China's diverse geography, from its vast deserts and towering mountains to its fertile river valleys and bustling coastal cities.

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