The GA has published a report on the beneficial impacts of its work on children, young people, teachers and others. The report covers the period September 2022-August 2023, its most recent reporting period to the Charity Commission.
This impact report summarises the GA’s progress throughout the third year of its 2020-25 strategic plan, which aims to create a larger, more diverse and better-connected subject community, inspiring geographical teaching and learning of the highest quality.
Our Chair of Trustees, Alastair Owens, said:
‘Last year was a productive time for members of the GA community. In April we published A Framework for the School Geography Curriculum which has already been very positively received by a range of stakeholders and looks set to be a key influence on future geography education curriculum policy and practice.
‘Our new GA blog has proved very popular in allowing members to respond to current debates and challenges, as well as to share expertise, while our Annual Conference on the theme of ‘Collaborative Geographies’ underlined the value of a community working together.
‘In renewing our website and membership database we are already starting to offer members a more personalised and tailored experience. I am very grateful to everyone in our community – our members and volunteers, our staff, donors and strategic partners – who have supported these and so many other initiatives over the past twelve months.’