Ouseburn Valley Regeneration Resouces for Changing Place in A level Geography This material has been created by the local Geography Association specifically for teachers and students using Ouseburn for fieldwork and as a case study for Changing Place in A level Geography. There are videos of their presentations and the accompanying notes from the 2018 and 2019 workshop sessions - if you missed these events you can catch up here: Notes on using Ouseburn for fieldwork and as a case study for Changing Place in A level Geography by John Smith, Examiner for AQA. You can see a video of his presentation here. Further advice on using Ouseburn as a 'super case study' for Changing Place in A level Geography by John Smith, Examiner for AQA. You can see a video of his presentation here. A selection of census and fieldwork resources are available for studying Changing Place in A level Geography. Created by Liz Cowans. See a video of her presentation about using the census data here. There are notes by Cath White from the Geography Association on using the oral history resources Voices from the Ouseburn in Changing Place as part of the A-level Geography syllabus (see a video of her presentation here). Notes on Asking about Regeneration as part of Changing Place in A level Geography. Created by Liz Cowans. See a video of her presentation here. Options for Spillers Quay, a video of a presentation by Dale Bolland from Ouseburn Trust about how different stakeholders would judge success in regeneration by looking at the considerations around the proposal for the Whey Aye Wheel on Spillers Quay Presentation for teachers created by Liz Cowans, former Geography teacher and current Ouseburn Trust Heritage Volunteer, about the industrial background The Rise and Fall and Rise of the Ouseburn Valley Materials (including photos and maps) for a self-guided walk down Stepney Bank and along Lime Street looking at changing place in Ouseburn Now and Then in Ouseburn Valley. Created by Liz Cowans A map of Ouseburn's industries through the ages. Created by Liz Cowans let us know if there is anything you would like to see here.