Through geography, we hope that our pupils will become fascinated by the world around them. We will develop children’s contextual understanding of the world through exploring different locations, environments, people and resources. Pupils will discover how landscapes have been formed and changed over time, exploring the relationship between natural/physical features. They will examine a range of geographical sources (including maps, photographs and digital information systems) and develop fieldwork skills (such as collecting, analysing and communicating data).

We support the teaching of geography by subscribing to the Geographical Society and our monthly subscription to the National Geographical Kids magazine.

Our Golden Threads

In Geography, we become citizens of the world by exploring the diversity of our planet and  understanding our sense of place, space and scale.

We are lifelong learning by developing critical thinking skills that build our understanding of the world.

Our learning prepares us for later life by understanding how to be a sustainable citizen in order to protect the planet we are set to inherit.