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Geography

Geography

Geography is the study of our world - of the shape and features of the Earth’s surface and how we as humans interact with our environment.

Through Geography children will be taught about diverse places, people, resources, natural and human environments, sparking curiosity in the world around them.

Geography will be taught using an enquiry based approach where children will investigate and explore big questions about topics, places, themes and issues - questions that are relevant if you are going to live to see the next century.

The key topics covered within Geography are Locational Knowledge, Place Knowledge, Human and Physical Geography, alongside Geographical Skills and Fieldwork.

 

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Why do some earthquakes cause more damage than others?

How and why is

my local

environment

changing?

 

What is a river?

How do volcanoes

affect the lives of

people on

Hiemaey?

Beyond the Magic

Kingdom: what is

the Sunshine State

really like?

How can we live

more sustainably?

Why are

mountains so

important?

How is climate

change affecting

the world?

Why do so many

people live in

megacities?

Why are jungles so

wet and deserts so

dry?

Who are Britain’s

National Parks

for?

Why is fair trade

fair?