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“Come Rain or Shine”, our online course, will run again from 18th June. The course is suitable for secondary geography teachers wishing to improve their understanding of UK weather, A level students beginning or revising a weather topic or anyone else with an interest in understanding the processes underlying our weather in the UK. The…

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Teacher wanted!   Scotland: We are looking for an experienced Scottish secondary geography teacher with an excellent track record of teaching across a wide range of abilities and ages, to deliver some lessons, workshops and fieldwork in schools across Scotland and, in association, to create new content for MetLink (or edit existing content) to improve…

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We are delighted that our Climate Negotiations Resource has been awarded a Silver award at this year’s Geographical Association conference. The citation from the judges read: “Simulating a world climate change conference is a free, online and multimedia resource, relevant for both GCSE and A level specifications. It provides a wealth of high-quality, sophisticated and…

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“Come Rain or Shine”, our online course, will be running three times in 2018: from 15th January, 18th June and 1st October. The course is suitable for secondary geography teachers wishing to improve their understanding of UK weather, A level students beginning a weather topic or anyone else with an interest in understanding the processes…

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Last week, large parts of the south west were affected by freezing rain. Geoff Jenkin’s youtube video explains how you can create supercooled water at home. As large swathes of the country are affected by snow, the question of how long it will last and whether we’ll get a white Christmas becomes important – and…

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