Geography Revision Courses

A detailed and engaging course covering the Pearson Geography specification.   

Key topics include Dynamic Landscapes, Dynamic Places, Physical Systems and Sustainability, Human Systems and Geopolitics:

  • Dynamic Landscapes will include Tectonics, Coastal landscapes and change.
  • Dynamic Places will include Globalisation & Regenerating places.
  • Physical Systems and Sustainability will include hydrological and carbon cycles, water and energy insecurity
  • Human Systems and Geopolitics will include the impacts of global superpowers, in addition to the Global Development and Connections topic.


Easter Revision 2018: Linear Specification

A 3 day intensive revision course which aims to provide A Level Geography students with the knowledge, exam technique and confidence to fully achieve their potential in the summer Geography exam.

Book course

Tuesday 3rd April 2018
Wednesday 4th April 2018
Thursday 5th April 2018
Course fees:
2 days £260
3 days £375

Course venue

Course leader: Edward Borton

Edward has taught Geography across a number of schools in both the State and Private sector. He completed his undergraduate Geography degree at the University of Exeter and his PGCE in Secondary Geography at the University of Oxford. Edward was fast tracked to Deputy Head of Geography in under two years and has set up a number of initiatives to boost exam results at A Level. He is currently an examiner for AQA and continues to be excited by the increased breadth and depth of knowledge that the new linear Edexcel course demands. Although a Human Geographer at University, Edward currently teaches the Physical side of the course, giving him a strong understanding of the synoptic links between the different topics.

Course venue : St Mary’s University Twickenham London

The revision courses will be held at St Mary’s University Twickenham London.

Conveniently located only 30 minutes from central London.

By Train:

From Central London

Travel direct to Strawberry Hill station from Waterloo station using the Kingston loopline. The journey takes about 35 minutes and there are usually four trains an hour. You can use an Oyster card for this journey.

From other destinations

For train travel from other destinations you can use the National Rail Enquiries or Transport for London websites to plan your journey.

Walking from Strawberry Hill station to St Mary’s

St Mary’s is a five minute walk from Strawberry Hill station. Turn left when you leave the station, then walk past Premier Wine and the Post Office on your left and take the second road on your right, which is Waldegrave Gardens. At the end of Waldegrave Gardens, turn right onto Waldegrave Road and St Mary’s main reception is on your left.

By Car:

St Mary’s is located on Waldegrave Road (A309).  If you are using a sat nav, the postcode for the Strawberry Hill campus is TW1 4SX.

By Bus:

From Richmond-upon-Thames

You can catch the R68 towards Hampton Court from a bus stop just outside Richmond station. Get off at the Twickenham, King Street stop and then take the 33 towards Fulwell. Get off at the ‘St Mary’s University’ stop, which is just outside of St Mary’s main reception. You can also take the 33 from Richmond, although the bus stop is a 5 minute walk from Richmond station on Sheen Road.

From Twickenham or Teddington

The 33 heading towards Fulwell stops on Richmond Road and York Street in Twickenham. The 33 heading towards Hammersmith stops on Stanley Road and Broad Street (Teddington High Street) in Teddington.

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