Geography is an essential component in preparing young people for life in the twenty-first century. It is concerned with the interaction between people and places. Indeed, as the pace of change quickens, communications become faster, and challenges to the environment multiply, a knowledge and understanding of geography is more vital than ever. The main aim therefore of Geography at St. Bernard’s is to help the students to develop an informed concern for the world around us, and an ability and willingness to take positive action, both locally and globally by recognising some of the more important geographical patterns and relationships which are revealed in different types of landscape, and in different human activities.
  1. Geography Policy