News and Updates

Our award winning, online weather and climate CPD course for secondary geography teachers, Come Rain or Shine, is starting its 9th run on the FutureLearn platform on the 10th of June.The course is also suitable for older students to take. It will run for 15 weeks. During the 1st 3 weeks (until 30th June), expert…

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We are delighted to have produced some resources about collecting and using weather measurements for the A Level geography independent investigation (Non-examined Assessment – NEA) which can be found as part of a more general Student’s Guide on the RGS website. Students are able to borrow weather instruments free of charge from the Society for…

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We were delighted to launch our past weather and climate teaching resources at the Geographical Association’s meeting in Manchester last week. You can find the introductory film, online game and teaching resources here We’ll add more background information and some instructions about how to make a replica of the amazing tree ring jigsaw in lego…

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As the weather gets colder and Christmas approaches, the question of whether or not it will snow, and whether we’ll get a white Christmas becomes important – and a great way to revise some weather processes. Have a look at our resource investigating what weather conditions are required for snow, with some ideas for classroom…

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The Society’s Climate Change Negotiations for Schools Resource – ‘Simulating a World Climate Conference’ – has been recognized and ‘Highly Commended’ at the SAGT Conference Awards 2018 hosted by Dollar Academy. Morven Neil, RMetS Scottish Education Representative was in attendance at the conference to receive the award and to run a number of seminars that…

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