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Geography experience days

We have 2 brilliant virtual geography experience days for your class to enjoy. 

Amazon Adventure

This whole-day virtual workshop immerses pupils in the South American Amazon.  

This fantastic virtual experience is run by Emma Espley, a former geography teacher and now freelance consultant, and Adriana Meirelles, a Brazilian film producer and animator with first-hand experience of the Amazon.
Your pupils will:

  • Explore key aspects of physical geography, e.g. climate zones, biomes and vegetation belts.

  • Explore key aspects of human geography, e.g. settlement and land use, economic activity, including trade links, and the distribution of natural resources.

  • Develop their geographical skills through the use of maps, atlases, globes and digital/computer mapping.

  • Identify similarities and differences between their region in the UK and that of the Amazon.

  • Engage with similar-aged children from the Kambeba indigenous community in the heart of the Amazon rainforest.

  • Consider how our modern lifestyles are impacting upon the Amazon.

  • Create Amazonian inspired artwork

  • Share their thoughts and ideas with pupils within their class and school, as well as those from other participating establishments.


Choose to have this virtual event for your school only or save costs and join a multi-school event.

  • Just your school: £500 (unlimited classes)

  • Join a multi-school event: £250 per school (unlimited classes from your school may join)

If you're interested in attending an upcoming event, complete the form and we'll be in touch.


Thank you, we will be in touch.


Arctic Adventure


Take your pupils on an adventure to the Arctic circle!

Run by Wicked Weather Watch, this whole-day, virtual event brings pupils from across the UK together for a highly engaging, interactive experience.

Your pupils will:

  • Learn about the Arctic, the tundra biome (climate, soils, flora, and fauna), the people that live there, the impacts of climate change upon this fragile region and its inhabitants, and how we can reduce our own carbon footprint here in the UK to ensure the sustainability of our planet.

  • The day will even provide an opportunity to hear from a real-life explorer, Nanou Blair Gould, who travelled to the High Arctic Archipelago by tall ship. Among many extraordinary things, she witnessed the effects of global warming first-hand. Nanou was so invigorated by the adventure – the people, life outdoors, the sense of purpose – that she joined the ship again, working among the small crew for almost four months.

  • Targeting upper KS2, and supporting a transition to KS3, this event will cover many different areas of the curriculum and key skills, especially geography, numeracy/maths, literacy/English, and critical thinking. We will develop key aspects of substantive knowledge, such as place and locational knowledge, physical and human geography and geographical skills, as well as nurturing disciplinary knowledge, e.g. working and thinking like a geographer, in the process.



These events cost £150 per school (unlimited UKS2 classes)​​

If you're interested in attending an upcoming event, complete the form and we'll be in touch.

Thank you, we will be in touch.

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