Miss C Paterson
The world is changing. Animals are becoming extinct, glaciers are melting, population numbers are exploding, the coast is crumbling and disease is rife. Geography is a subject that enables us to study our world and develop a wide range of skills and knowledge to help us prepare for the future.
Geography is not merely focused on simply pointing out where places are, but in developing a deeper understanding of how the world has changed over hundreds, thousands, and even millions of years. Developing a passion for human, physical and environmental geography is potent if change is to happen for the best.
Dr Iain Stuart explains why Geography is important in a short video, click here to watch it!
Visit: Torry Geography Weebly to explore famous people who have studied Geography and to investigate where the subject may lead you!
Information on the courses run by the Geography department can be found by clicking on the links below: