TRAVEL AND TOURISM
Travel and tourism is taught within our Geography faculty.
Students will develop a broad knowledge of the travel and tourism industry; including, travel and tourism organisations, destinations, what influences this global industry, and the needs of customers.
They will develop skills that can be used in industry, such as report writing and researching, whilst developing attitudes that are considered to be very important in the travel and tourism sector, including how to develop tourism while respecting the environment and local communities.
This course uses teacher-led sessions and scenario-based research projects that allow students to work independently and with teacher support.
Details of the termly intent of each term, for each of our year goups, is available in the drop-down options below.
Our Knowledge Organisers are 'learning mats' that have been designed to contain all of the key learning for that subject's topic. Our students will use these within their lessons but are also encouraged to use them to support their own learning, homework, and for revision.
Our Travel and Tourism KOs are available below; separated into year group/key stage.