Crosby High School


Department Aims

We aim to make pupils more aware of the environment in which they live, encouraging them to develop positive attitudes and values towards people and places, so that they are better prepared for life as responsible individuals within a multicultural society. Geography is taught to help pupils of all abilities make positive choices and decisions which will prepare them for a whole were they can be good global citizens!

Key Stage 3

At Key Stage 3 pupils complete a range of units which help promote language skills and although linked to the requirements of new national curriculum are differentiated to meet needs of all pupils and take elements of ks2 curriculum to address needs of some pupils therefore is suitability differentiated to meet needs of all pupils at Crosby High.

Our areas of study are:

Year 7 

  • 'What is Geography?
  • Passport to the World
  • Map skills
  • Volcanoes
  • Africa and its countries

 Year 8 

  • Tour de France
  • Tropical Rainforests
  • Earthquakes

 Year 9

  • Coping with Climate
  • Europe and the European Union
  • Investigating Thailand