Studying Geography is the only way you can travel around the world from the comfort of your own sofa. Well, aside from documentaries. And maybe books. Oh, and the internet. But we’re getting side-tracked.
When you learn about Geography, you’ll uncover exciting and captivating facts about different places and cultures.
Most of the quizzes have a handy link to the relevant BBC Bitesize page enabling you to look further into the subject.
It’s a whirlwind, no, a torpedo of fascinating stuff and we can’t wait to share it with you!
Throughout KS3, you’ll discover the more impressive side of Geography. From monumental volcanos to huge populations, you’ll be introduced to some of the amazing ways of our world you’re yet to uncover.
But it’s not all natural disasters and masses of people. Throughout Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 you’ll see the more practical side to Geography. Don’t fall asleep! It’s not as boring as it sounds. Haven’t you ever wondered where rain comes from? And why it falls from the sky? Have you ever thought about how we help people suffering from the aftermath of a disaster?
Our Geography quizzes will answer all these questions and more.
Whether you’re keen to learn about farming, maps or even tourism, our quizzes will take you into different countries and show you how people live, as well giving you the lowdown on the different cycles in nature. With quick-fire questions and engaging content, we know you’ll love exploring all the key chunks of the National Curriculum in our enjoyable quiz format. They’re fun, engaging and effective! We think that’s the way learning should be.
With our Geography quizzes, you’ll be able to explore different corners of the world, some of which you might not even know existed. It’ll be a fascinating journey of learning and discovery.
Leave your textbooks behind while we head off to discover the secrets of the tropical rainforests.
Eyes open. You won’t want to miss a thing.
Our Key Stage 3 Explained will take you through what’s involved in the KS3 curriculum.
|Case Study Australia 01|
|Case Study Australia 02|
|Case Study Italy (Comparing North and South) 01|
|Case Study Italy (Comparing North and South) 02|
|Case Study Italy (Physical Geography) 01|
|Case Study Japan (Industry) 01|
|Case Study Japan (Industry) 02|
|Case Study Japan 01|
|Coastal Scenery 01|
|Coastal Scenery 02|
|Comparing Rich and Poor 01|
|Earthquakes and Volcanoes 01|
|Earthquakes and Volcanoes 02|
|Earthquakes and Volcanoes 03|
|Europe - Physical Geography 01|
|Geography Skills 01|
|Geography Skills 02|
|Geography Skills 03|
|International Aid 01|
|Limestone Scenery 01|
|Limestone Scenery 02|
|Limestone Scenery 03|
|Looking at the UK 01|
|Natural Hazards and Diseases 01|
|Natural Resources 01|
|O. S. Maps 01|
|O. S. Maps 02|
|O. S. Maps 03|
|River Landscapes 01|
|River Landscapes 02|
|The Water Cycle 01|
|The Water Cycle 02|
|Trade and Development 01|
|Trade and Development 02|
|Tropical Rainforests 01|
|UK Farming 01|
|UK Farming 02|