Through our geography sessions at school, we aim to instil in pupils a fascination about the world and its inhabitants and we actively encourage children to form their own learning questions; we hope this thirst for knowledge and inquisitiveness about our planet remains with them for the rest of their lives.
We endeavour to make geography lessons practical and utilise fieldwork where we can to help deepen children’s understanding and to help equip pupils to competently apply geographical skills to a range of situations.
It is important that our pupils grow up knowing about the ever-changing world around them and through exploring our geography topics, we hope pupils develop an appreciation of, and reverence for, the world we live in and become good stewards of God’s creation.
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Fancy exploring maps at home?
We use Digimaps in school to help develop our skills and understanding of our geography topics. Why not use this resource at home? You could map your route to school to show your parents/guardians or you could map your route to your friend’s house; you can even travel back in time and see how that area has changed!
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Website for Primary Schools - https://digimapforschools.edina.ac.uk