Geographical Association Hybrid Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022
Geographical Association Hybrid Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022

We are delighted to be sponsoring this year's Geographical Association (GA) Hybrid Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022

Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 April, 2022

2022 will be the first year that the GA has held a hybrid conference. The face-to-face Conference at the University of Surrey in Guildford will include a programme of over 100 lectures, workshops, teacher-to-teacher sessions, research papers and field visits with social events in the evening and the opportunity to network with other delegates and exhibitors.  The online version will include a combination of lectures and workshops, but the programme will be smaller than the face-to-face version with roughly half the sessions available. This year’s theme is 'Everyday geographies'.

Meet the team
Our Geography Subject Officers, Erin Roberts and Paul Evans, will be on Stand 36 & 43 to answer all of your questions regarding our qualifications and showcase our unbeatable range of FREE digital resources.

Prize draw
Delegates who visit our exhibition stand and sign up to our mailing list will be entered into our prize draw to win a Google Mini Home and a £50 Amazon Voucher.

Programme
As a conference sponsor, we will be hosting both a virtual lecture and a face-to-face workshop delivered by leading experts.

  • Reflections on COP26 by the UK Envoy - John Murton
    30-40 minutes lecture with 10 minutes questions

    John Murton is a British diplomat. He is currently the UK's COP26 Envoy and responsible for coordinating UK diplomacy in relation to COP26. Prior to this, he served in Kinshasa as British Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    Date: 12th Tuesday, 15.30 – 16.30
    Location: Virtual
    A session aimed at: KS2 KS3 KS4 POST-16

  • See the geography, be the geography! – Dawn Thomas
    50 minutes field visit where delegates have an opportunity for ‘hands on’ participation

    Bringing geography to life by using the geography of your school and local area to inspire the context of your teaching. Short, practical activities and ideas that can be used every day to model geographical content, show geographical processes and explain geographical ideas in a practical way.

    Date: 13th Wednesday, 14.00 – 15.00
    Location: To Meet at entrance to Austin Pierce building
    A session aimed at: KS2 KS3 KS4 POST-16

See the full two-day programme here

Further information
If you have any questions about our Ofqual accredited Geography qualifications, please contact our subject specialists. The team will also provide details of resources and additional support to help deliver our specifications.