Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in geography lessons with secondary school children at Key Stage 3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and at 3rd and 4th level in Scotland.
Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline
In this series of short films for secondary schools, Ade Adepitan travels to places on the frontline of climate change to see the damage caused and how we can fight it.
Explain This... Geography
A series of short animations and films that offer concise explanations for a variety of KS3 geography topics.
Physical Geography with Liz Bonnin
Science, wildlife and natural history presenter Liz Bonnin introduces some of her favourite clips from the BBC archive exploring physical geography.
Richard Hammond's Wild Weather
In this series of short films, Richard Hammond explores different types of weather and the different principles behind each of them.
Ecosystems and Biomes
In this series of short films, Ferne Corrigan explores the physical geography and wildlife in ten different biomes around the globe.
In My Shoes
A series of engaging child-led short films about the geography and culture of China and Germany as seen through the eyes of local children.
In this series of short films three 13-year-olds go on a trip of a lifetime to explore the geography of India.
Mud, Sweat and Tractors
These short films look at the history of 20th-century farming in Britain, aimed for use in the classroom.
How big can our cities get?
Which cities are the world's largest and where are they located? Play this 60-second animation to find out.
Ten of the worst weather events that shook Britain
The UK boasts a unique and stunning landscape, but below this beauty lies a savage nature which can sometimes hit with little or no warning.