‘A high-quality geography education should inspire in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world and its people that will remain with them for the rest of their lives.’  

The school will: 

  • Develop children’s contextual understanding of the locations of places, seas and oceans.  
  • Develop children’s knowledge and understanding of places globally significant.  
  • Help children to understand the processes that give rise to physical and human geographical features of the world.  
  • Develop children’s understanding of how human and physical features are interdependent and how they change over time.  
  • Develop their geographical skills needed to collect, analyse and communicate their understanding and research.  
  • Use fieldwork to deepen children’s understanding of geographical processes.  
  • Develop children’s skills to interpret a range of geographical processes   
  • Develop children’s skills to interpret a range of geographical information including maps, diagrams, globes and aerial photographs.  
  • Teach the children to communicate geographical information in a variety of ways.   

Geography National Curriculum Programme of Study

Here are some useful websites that we use in school to support our learning: