Geography at Blundell's

Geography has been described as the bridge between the sciences and the humanities, the link between humans and the environment. Never has the understanding of this relationship been so important; our world is changing fast and we need to adapt and react to these changes. We welcome anyone who cares about learning more about the world they live in and hope that some people will go on to use this knowledge to do something useful.

Nestled in the heart of the Exe valley, just a stone's throw from Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks, Blundell's has some exciting opportunities for Geographers. We have field trips to Cheddar Gorge, Bristol, Sidmouth, Lyme Regis and Italy. We encourage practical work of an individual nature and believe that the skills you learn in Geography can be useful to you in many of your future career choices.

Indeed, a number of recent leavers have gone on to university to study Geography or related courses including, Geology, Oceanography, International Development, Rural Land Management, Environmental Science, Tourism Management, Surveying and Mapping, and Agriculture.

Teachers
Guy Bucknell
Mr G. Bucknell
BSc, PGCE
Head of Dept.
Charlie Hamilton
Mr C.M. Hamilton
BA, PGCE
Sarah Holman
Mrs S. Holman
BA, PGCE
Beverley Nuttall-Owen
Mrs B. Nuttall-Owen
BSc, PGCE
Emmie Partington
Miss E.C. Partington
BSc Bristol, MSc Bristol, PGCE