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A Level Geography Online Course

This week, we will cover the core content for A level geography, which will include:

  • The water cycle,
  • the carbon cycle,
  • tectonic processes & hazards and
  • place studies.

Refer a friend! Once your friend books and pays for 3 lessons, you get one free!

The Course:

Week Two – A Level Geography – Core Content


Monday 20th – The Water Cycle – revision of the basics plus some virtual fieldwork to calculate the water balance of a small catchment in the New Forest, Hampshire.

Tuesday 21st – The Carbon Cycle – revision of the basics plus some virtual fieldwork to calculate a the carbon stored in an area of woodland in the Studland Dunes National Nature Reserve, Dorset.

Wednesday 22nd – Tectonic processes and hazards – revision.

Thursday 23rd – Place Studies – virtual fieldwork to study contrasting places in Poole, Dorset.

Friday 24th – Place Studies – virtual fieldwork to study an urban area that has undergone rebranding in Bournemouth, Dorset.

About the Tutor:

Barry C

Barry C

I am a PGCE qualified school teacher with a BSc (Hons) in Geology and Geography from the University of Exeter. I am a teacher with a national reputation for innovative geography and geology field studies courses through my work over the past 29 years.

I have worked in field study centres across the UK, most recently spending 20 years as the manager of a busy residential study centre in Dorset.

I have substantial experience of teaching GCSE, IGCSE and A Level Geography and Geology, and I keep updated by attending teacher training events and conferences each year.

I live in Dorset close to the Jurassic Coast. I have a wide range of interests and also run my own business. I have a dog, Ziggy, and she and I spent a lot of time walking and running along the coast. I enjoy live music, gardening and travel. My wife and I are keen cyclists and visit the Greek Islands with our bikes for a few weeks each year of sunny cycling and swimming in crystal clear seas.


Geography Common Entrance | GCSE | A Level
Geology GCSE | A Level
Human Geography GCSE | A Level
Physical Geography GCSE | A Level


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Frequently Asked Questions

No, there is no minimum booking requirement. 

However, we would recommend a minimum of 8 lessons to begin to see a real difference in your child’s ability.

We will contact you after the first lesson to see how everything went for you and your child.  If you have any doubts or concerns at all, this is your opportunity to tell us.  It is very rare that a child does not get on with a tutor, but if this is the case we will offer you another suitable tutor.  We currently have 70 tutors on our books from which to choose.

The short answer here is ‘yes’.  When we began to work online with younger children during the lockdown we were unsure how they would manage, but they are brilliant online.  As younger children are adaptable and very quick to learn new things, they have proven to be more adept and more natural online than many older children and adults.

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