Home » Teaching Resources » OCR 2016 Geography A GCSE OCR 2016 Geography A GCSE Facebook Twitter Pinterest Print Recommended Resources to Support the Teaching of Weather and Climate within this SpecificationWe are delighted to have worked together with the OCR to develop resources to support this specification – click here to access the resources with links embedded into the scheme of work here. UK Cities An introduction to microclimates.An introduction to urban heat islands.Microclimate fieldwork ideas.Other useful links. UK Climate - Air Masses, Continentality and the North Atlantic Drift An introduction by the Met Office. Air Masses – there are many more air mass resources on the key stage 4 page. A case study of arctic maritime air. A case study worksheet of orographic rain can be found on the key stage 4 page. A Met Office YouTube video on Wind Direction and weather. Other useful links. Climate Change Past climate change teaching resources. Our Climate Change Negotiations for Schools resource. Some introductory resources on climate and climate change. Climate change updates for geography teachers. Climate4Classrooms resources. Climate Change Schools Project resources. Other useful links. Global Circulation of the Atmosphere Global Atmospheric Circulation YouTube video Some introductory ideas on climate zones. Coriolis movie. We also recommend: The nullschool animation of current surface winds. Other useful links. Tropical Storms Complete KS3 scheme of work on tropical cyclones, which could be used for revision or background information. Work scheme on extreme weather including tropical storms (aimed at A level but could be adapted). Other useful links. El Nino Useful links. Further KS4 resources. Link to OCR website for the full specification. Start exploring Search Resources All Mathematical Topics All Mathematical Algebra and Functions Coordinate Geometry Differentiation Exponentials and Logarithms Geometry and Measures Integration Number and Algebra Numerical Methods Probability and Statistics Ratio, proportion and rates of change Sequences and Series Trigonometry Vectors All Environmental Topics All Environmental Afforestation Animals Carbon Capture Carbon Dioxide Carbon Neutral Climate Strike Deforestation and Desertification Ecosystems Fossil Fuels Fossil Fules Global Warming Greenhouse Gases IPCC Oceans Recycling Renewable Energy Transport Weather and Extremes all levels All Levels A Level A-Level GCSE Latest from blog When will it snow? First Schools Video Bulletin from COP26 Daily Video Bulletins from COP26 So you want to do something about Climate Change? Related resources … Secondary Geography Where would you put…? Use streetmap to consider the microclimates of Lyme Park Secondary Geography Past Climate Teaching Resources Explore the climate of five different scale periods of the past 2.6 million years and investigate some of the basic processes affecting the climate. Primary, Secondary Geography Top 10 Ideas for Teaching the Weather Ideas to make weather teaching engaging and relevant across primary and secondary schools Secondary Geography Weather Systems Video In this series Pete Inness explains what weather systems are, why they happen and how we can understand weather systems.