The Royal Geographical Society is a learned society with the aim of advancing geographical science and supporting its practitioners. One of the Society’s key aims is to enhance the teaching and learning of geography in secondary schools.
The Society works on behalf of schools providing activities, training, advice and resources. Their main focus is on 12 to 19-year-olds in schools and colleges. Teachers that have an innovative idea for promoting the teaching of Geography in stimulating way are able to apply for an Innovative Geography Teaching grant from the Royal Society. The grant is open to all geography teachers working in secondary schools and with a university collaborator and aims to enhance pupils’ geography education in a stimulating way. Two grants, each of £1,000, will be awarded annually to each Teacher-Higher Education team.
The next application deadline is the 15th February 2017.