In ensuring high standards of teaching and learning in geography, we implement a curriculum that is progressive throughout the whole school.
Geography is taught as part of a termly or half-termly topic, focusing on knowledge and skills stated in the National Curriculum.
Progression is seen in the way children’s understanding of location gradually expands throughout the school - using the local area to follow maps in Key Stage 1, to comparing the similarities and differences in environments and communities in Lower Key Stage 2, through to debating world issues on pollution in Upper Key Stage 2, becoming ever more aware of the threats our planet faces, and the role they as citizens of the world have in protecting and shaping our future.
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