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Geography

The study of Geography is about more than memorising places on a map. It’s about understanding the complexity of our world. – Former US President Barack Obama

 

We are passionate about the teaching and learning of Geography. Learning sequences are taken from The National Curriculum document. The school vision and values underpin how we teach the Geography Units of work to answer the Big Questions we have set, such as: "What’s it like where we live?” and “Is climate cool?” or “Can the Earth shake, rattle and roll?”

 

Children are taught about the local area as well as the wider world, in terms of people, places, resources and processes and use a range of geographical skills, such as collecting, analysing and reporting data and interpreting a range of geographical information, to communicate their findings.

We use school facilities, resources, field studies and residential visits to support pupils learning and understanding of the world.  We use The News to explore a range of topics, including those related to environmental issues, health and current affairs across the world and how we can respond to them as citizens in Modern Britain.

Geography Showcase

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