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GA publishes annual impact report

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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 2021-August 2022, its most recent reporting period to the Charity Commission.

This impact report summarises the GA’s progress throughout the second 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.

GA Chief Executive Alan Kinder said:

‘Last year was an exceptionally busy time for everyone involved with the GA. As schools continued their recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, we undertook a range of initiatives to support teachers of geography and to help them connect with one another, for example through online events and in-school support.

‘We continued to advocate energetically to raise the status of geography in education and made good progress in ensuring that a more diverse range of voices and perspectives were involved and represented within the GA’s work. By the end of the year, we were thrilled to see a significant increase in the number of teachers directly impacted by our work.

‘None of these achievements would have been possible without the GA’s members, donors, sponsors and strategic partners, or without the dedicated work of our staff, trustees and volunteers, all of whom are owed thanks for their support.’

Download the GA Impact Report 2021-22 here.