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Editorial Steve Rawlinson and Simon Collis

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It's all a matter of connections... Steve Rawlinson

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Connecting with our global city Richard Simcox and Sam Spencer with Ben Ballin

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Geographies of connection Peter Jackson

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World Changers Report Grade 3 ISB pupils with Jane Whittle

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Making connections in the company of pigeons Sharon Witt and Helen Clarke

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How geography is connecting our pupils to their world Lucy Elliot

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Growing tea in Kenya: A perspective from a farmer Patrick Kaberia Muthuara and Joanna Milis

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Making connections with geo-literacy Anne Dolan and Iain Burns

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Digital connections in the primary classroom Alan Parkinson

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Critical thinking in geography John Hopkin and Paula Owens

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Geographical connections: making it real Lindsey Watkins

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How do pupils with SEN connect with the world? Caroline Martingell

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It's complicated: teaching about the messiness of the real world Charles Rawding

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The value of personal international connections Tessa Willy and Imogen Sahi

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Extra Resources

Using the front cover - Ideas for using the cover image from this issue with your class

Pigeon finger puppet template - make your own paper pigeon to fly over a map or globe

Tarn Hows PowerPoint - Download a PowerPoint to accompany Charles' Tarn Hows case study

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