Young Geographer of the Year

28 November 2022


Aheli has been awarded a ‘highly commended’ award after being nominated for ‘Young Geographer of the Year’ by the Royal Geographical Society.

The Young Geographer of the Year is the Society’s annual competition which recognises the outstanding work of the next generation of geographers.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our ability to travel near or afar was severely limited. This year, to encourage young people to widen their geographical horizons, whether locally or much further afield, the Young Geographer of the Year competition asked pupils where, how and why. Students had to demonstrate what made their chosen place geographically interesting, important or meaningful to them.

Aheli was nominated for ‘Young Geographer of the year’ in the KS4 category. She was awarded ‘highly commended’ for her poster on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This is a hugely impressive achievement as there were over 1000 entries.

Huge congratulations to Aheli on this fantastic achievement!

You can view Aheli’s poster below.


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