is full of links, carefully researched and up-to-date ... and is an
ideal first port of call when you are looking things up. This site has been considerably revamped and is now home to
Geobloggers! Alan Parkinson has performed great feats with this site.
The Staffordshire Learning Net is the HQ for
geography teachers who want to keep in touch ... go to the online forum
for a huge number of suggestions, links and, most valuable of all,
support from fellow teachers who are happy to help one another!
resources on Geointeractive
resources that arrive via the online forum are made
available by David Rayner.
site, and now extended to offer much more in the way of resources.
of David's, called
Geointeractive, has a collection of resources, for
both contribution and subscription. The contribution section is now free and
open to all, and with the subscription wing of the site, is pioneering
the sharing of resources more widely on the net.
Tony Cassidy has moved on and re-invented himself on this new
site. Feelings of inadequacy prevail amongst the geography community as
a result. 'though. There is a wealth of ready-to-use materials, plus really
strong sections on teaching and learning and contacts for further
is produced by Keith Phipps, head of geography at King Edward VI Camp
Hill School for Boys in Birmingham, and is an award-winning school site.
Recent SoW additions for KS3 are notable.
also maintained by Keith Phipps and a site where examples of exercises
that follow the ideas of, and book by, David Leat are
available online. A little treasure trove again!
Noel Jenkins has innovations ready to go, if you are
looking for something new to teach.
ICT in the geography classroom
' with Noel
moving ahead with his latest interests in Google Earth and GPS in the
form of a blog.
Murray's photograph site - with some free content to look at, and a
subscription package that should be snapped up with your e-learning
Now the site has been Highly Recommended by the GA at
their 2005 Conference.
Now with a lifetime deal for all existing (and any
...now on the navigation bar!
The Royal Geographical Society's web pages
with geographical news in depth. Very useful.
for KS3 - all the modules.
Russel Tarr, of
activehistory fame, has a site of free templates for
creating your own games, diagrams and all forms of interactive classroom
The Great Globe
fantastic collection of maps, usually globes, on all aspects of Earth
geography. There is also a link to a serious geomorphology site. You can
browse this site for a long time!
top school sites
This site is run by SLN'er Rob Chambers at St Ivo's School,
This is a lively site, with lots of links and resources - and a good selection of Penalty Shoot Outs
with plenty for students and teachers alike, Martin Bennett of
has also produced some superb resources, so look at the Teacher's page.
South Georgia webcam - South Georgia Website
Kurhaus Hotel, Arolla, WebCams
La Palma Aktuell - Webcam
CCAG :Happisburgh Webcam
Port of Felixstowe
Arolla - Kurhaus webcam
BBC Suffolk webcams and photos
Russel Tarr at
the International School of Tolouse has got lots of activities
lined up for Key Stage 3.
Geography Site David Robinson
A web directory - not recently updated
Magic interactive map
Met Office weather radar
UK Wind Map
Weather online UK
Environment Agency - flood warnings
Met Office: British Isles: Rainfall radar
Met Office: British Isles: Visible satellite imagery
Weather in Colchester, Essex, UK.
Meteox.com - Weather - European rainfall radar
Will it Rain Today? | Rain radar for the UK | Going to
rain? | Meteogroup
Nelson Thornes - Secondary Geography
- photograph every grid square
Liverpool Hope University - fieldwork reports.
BETT Exhibition every January
nice goodies from the Cumbria and Lancashire Education Online
downloaded CLEOspector - for
labelling jpeg images ... and it looks promising!
Port of Felixstowe shipping arrivals
Real-time locations of shipping, with speed directions and destination
... and names.