General and Multi-topic Geography Sites
These links have been carefully selected and were considered relevant and suitable for school use at the time of checking. Clicking on them will take you to other web sites over which we have no control. If you have any doubts or concerns please check what is at the other end before using them in lessons. If you find any broken, re-directed or dead links please let us know.Best Website Portal
Defence Dynamics supports teachers in the delivery of English, Maths, Science, Geography and PSHE/PSD lessons to 14-16yr olds. The website aims to provide teachers with all the necessary materials to deliver engaging and comprehensive lessons.
This is the web site to accompany the well respected magazine, Geographical. The site is new and still developing, but shows considerable promise. The content is suitable for a wide range of viewers, from curious non-geographers to hardened students in search of current news and informative articles.
An excellent resource with links, quizzes and very useful information. Different topics are all presented in a table. Select the topic and a page full of links will be provided. NB. Not all links have a resource description so you will have to judge the contents by the title of the links.
A North American site containing useful geological maps, articles, a very good rock photograph section, along with news and articles related to geology etc. Well worth visiting.
An interesting site aimed at younger students. The pages make use of bright colours and cartoon characters, but also provide useful information about Earth, our weather and many issues affecting our own planet. There are added interests for the younger visitors including a Clubhouse, free fun, puzzles and the chance to learn about 'recycle crafts'.
Part of the Shambles network of educational sites, this page brings together a good collection of links to useful resources. A good starting point if you are searching for UK curriculum topics and information.
The Mining Company
Some links and a large collection of interesting short articles on geographical issues. Like all Mining Company sites, there is a lot of advertising on the pages, but the geographical content is fairly useful. The articles are written by the site author, a geographer, and the links to other sites are organised by topic. There are also book reviews.
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