Geography 1


Geography education should inspire in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world and its people. Pupils will be equipped with knowledge about diverse places, people, resources and natural and human environments, together with a deep understanding of the Earth’s key physical and human processes.

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Geography studies the environment and the world we live in. It allows us to make sense of the issues we face so we can make positive choices. We look at the world at different scales and from a variety of aspects, assessing both the physical environment and the impact humans have made on our planet. Throughout the years we look at how our world has been formed and changes due to the force of the planet, we look at the magnificence of the Amazon rainforest, the importance of the river Nile and Egypt, the diversity of India and the impossible places humans have chosen to inhabit.

Students are given the tools to assess how sustainable our world is and its issues for the future, focusing on resources and the growing population. Throughout their studies students use maps, data, graphs and ICT to links their understanding within geography and across the wider curriculum. Concepts are revisited regularly and include: locational knowledge, placement knowledge, human and physical geography and geography skills.  These are transferable to their high school studies and support other curriculum areas.


At KS2 children have a core assessment at the end of each unit. These, alongside the work produced in their books, are used to judge their attainment and progress.

In KS3 Children have a core assessment each and two maps tests each term, together with their day-to day work in lessons. These are used to judge attainment and progress.

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