Geography and History  is a multi-level secondary course covering the curricular objectives for secondary education. In accordance with recent methodology in the field of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), its approach is characterised by its clarity of presentation and carefully controlled use of language. This provides a boost to the students’ self-confidence, stimulates their capacity for autonomous learning and makes it much easier for them to assimilate new concepts. The learner-centred methodology of Geography and History  places the individual students at the heart of things – asking questions, carrying out research and project work, cooperating in pairs and groups. In this way, they can reach their own level of excellence.

Geography and History  forms part of an educational project aimed at promoting the acquisition of key competences, the achievement of academic excellence and the undertaking of global assessment. Traditionally, education meant teaching content: it was essentially about knowing. However, today’s citizens need to develop a range of skills, and know how  to interpret and communicate, deduce and hypothesize, select and evaluate. In competency-based learning, students apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to both classroom study and real-life situations. This helps them to develop as individuals.


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Richmond understands the speed at which digital teaching is evolving and aims to offer solutions for use across a variety of situations. From materials for teachers and schools taking their first steps into the digital world to more sophisticated products and services, we offer a range of digital solutions to suit your needs. 


LibroMedia is much more than a digital version of the Student's Book.                                                 It provides a wealth of material in a variety of formats: images, videos, audio files and PowerPoint-style presentations.

  • Class presentations. Prior to work with the printed Student's Book, the  LibroMedia can be used as a digital whiteboard to project a unit's opening presentation to the whole class.

  • Autonomous learning. The students have their own version of the LibroMedia, thus linking the classroom and home environments. They can use the LibroMedia on their tablets and computers to check their answers, do homework, revise, etc.