• Pupils will gain knowledge and understanding of the interaction of people with their environments through geographical investigations. This will include: – place knowledge, locational knowledge, the study of human and physical geography and development of skills and fieldwork.
  • Pupils will study where they live and compare it with the rest of the world.
  • Pupils will use appropriate geographical vocabulary
  • Pupils will use subject tools including: maps; aerial photos; graphical data; fieldwork skills.
  • Pupils will: recognise; identify; describe; observe; reason; explain; reach conclusions. In UKS2 pupils will learn how to: make judgements; evaluate; apply what they have learned to other contexts; hypothesise.

Cultural Capital

In addition to curriculum lesson time there are:

  • Opportunity to study geography in the field
  • Whole school field work experience (place/locational knowledge orienteering day)
KS1 completed a school orienteering challenge
  • geography

If you would like any further information about our Geography Curriculum at Whittington, please do not hesitate to contact the School.

Geography Curriculum Lead – Mrs Gaynor Mills

Head of Curriculum – Mrs Kelly Leeming

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