Our work in Education and Research
Working closely with educational strategic partners we provide resources and materials that are essential tools for schools teaching the geography curriculum in England, Scotland and Wales. Our gold award winning Digimap for Schools service provides schools with all their mapping needs at both primary & secondary level and is ideal for cross curricular activities.
The Research team at Ordnance Survey works closely with universities at a number of levels. We are the main point of contact for all enquiries from universities and key activities include hosting second year undergraduate summer interns, supporting MSc dissertations and sponsoring doctoral and post-doctoral research. Digimap for HFE, available via the EDINA Digimap service, is also managed by the Research team.
Our research programme is very active and aims to improve the capability and efficiency of Ordnance Survey. The programme works closely with universities and students who wish to get involved in our research for their MSc, PhD or EngD.
For information about anything to do with our university engagement or research activities, contact: email@example.com
Useful teaching resources for teaching geography in schools.
Step up to the mountain challenge
This September GeoVation winner, guerrilla geographer and explorer Daniel Raven-Ellison is going to step up to the height of Mount Everest (29,029ft) only using stairs in London's tallest buildings.
Inspired by Daniel’s urban expedition, we've created this great step mountain calculator mapping tool to help you step up to the mountain challenge and calculate the buildings or mountains you have climbed the equivalent height of.
Digimap for Schools
Discover all about how you can access our maps via Digimap, whether you are studying or are an education provider.
Digimap for Colleges
Access a range of our maps online for free and use our data across a number of subjects.
Digimap for Higher and Further Education
Our digital mapping data is available to Higher and Further Education institutions via Digimap.