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Geography Advisor to Edexcel has issued an excellent article tagged for GCE A level students for Paper 3 and for GCSE students Syllabus B for the decision making […]

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Fish in heavily trawled areas have been found to be much smaller than fish in less heavily trawled areas (unsuprizingly). Scientists have found that the fish are less […]

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This topic is part of this years GCSE exam for those of you studying Edexcel B Geography syllabus.  The plans are to change the rules on quotas to try […]

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Scottish fisheries

On February 8, 2011 By

Some background reading for gcse geography students of Edexcel B syllabus.  You do not have to learn any of the facts here but the following article […]

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Pre-release materials are available for you to download in colour on SMILE.  You will be given a black and white copy.

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GCSE – Pre-release materials

On January 19, 2011 By

  The pre-release booklet relating to the problems and prospects for Scotland’s fishing communities is now on SMILE >>>> gcse>paper 3.   The geography department will be providing […]

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The following is a list of programmes which should help all students with their understanding of geography.  Remember that if you miss the programme and wished […]

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I like tuna!  In Britain we are the world’s number 2 nation for the consumption of tinned tuna.   The problem with catching tuna is that large […]

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