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An incredibly flexible and wide-ranging subject, Geography is ideally suited to students who are interested in the many factors which affect our planet and how we live. It allows us to appreciate how and why both smaller and larger changes occur, and how we need to adapt as a result.
Find out more about our Geography students and what to expect during the 2 year course.
If you are a year 11 student who is joining the college to study Geography, please find the transition activity to prepare you for your first year of the course.
Exam (80%) Investigation (20%)
Standard entry requirements to include Grade 4 in GCSE English Language and Grade 4 in Mathematics
£36 for textbooks AQA A-level Geography ISBN:9781471858697 plus £80 per year for compulsory field trips.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract
There are various options for students considering a career in the field of Geography including urban planning and community development, cartography, GIS, Climatology, environmental management and research. Students may consider direct entry into related employment.
A key subject for students planning to continue on to university to study subjects including geography, conservation, geology and environmental science.
I came to The Henley College from St Michael's Catholic School, a small upper school in High Wycombe. I wanted to study Business Studies or Economics which weren't offered at my previous school, so I decided to move to Henley. My favourite subject is Geography and I've definitely enjoyed learning about world cities the most during the course. Its riveting learning about cities and their complexity, its taught me a lot about the way in which the world works and has influenced me to follow a career involving travelling.
I hope to go to Swansea University and study Human Geography. After that I hope to have a job which involves development of overseas nations, I find this both interesting and rewarding as it changes lives which is something I really want to do.