What is Geography?
"Geography is the study of Earth's landscapes, people, places and environments. It is, quite simply, about the world in which we live.' (Royal Geographical Society)
In geography pupils are taught:
In EYFS (reception and nursery) geography is taught through 2 areas of learning; The Natural World and People, Culture and Communities.
In Nursery pupils will explore their personal spaces, learn about England and another country and begin to understand that countries are different.
This is built upon in Reception where pupils begin to explore different holiday locations and climates. Our pupils are given opportunities to develop their understanding of the world both indoors and outdoors.
In key stage one, the geography curriculum is split into four key areas; locational knowledge, place knowledge, human and physical geography and geographical skills.
Over the course of year 1 and year 2, pupils will cover all of these areas in depth and have opportunities to build on their skills and knowledge through discrete lessons.
The topics in year 1 focus on local geography and the UK.
In year 2 pupils build on this knowledge by exploring geography beyond the UK.
Geography is taught through topic lessons, which involve ‘wow days’, writing, practical, creative and home learning opportunities.
|Learning Cycle 1||Learning Cycle 2||Learning Cycle 3||Learning Cycle 4||Learning Cycle 5|
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