Geography Curriculum Intent Statement :
At Christ the King R.C Primary, we aim to deliver a high-quality geography curriculum which will inspire pupils’ curiosity and fascination about the world and its people. As well as learning about the physical and human processes, children should be equipped with knowledge about diverse people, places, environments and resources. A key aim for the subject in the school is to promote the skill of active enquiry and investigation, encouraging the children to question how, why, where and what in terms of geographical processes.
OUR GEOGRAPHY CURRICULUM
GEOGRAPHY in RECEPTION
GEOGRAPHY in YEAR 1
GEOGRAPHY in YEAR 2
Geography - Our local area - Autumn 2
During the Autumn term, we studied Our local area. We were able to:
- Describe and talk about the different features of their local environment.
- Identify some of the key features on a map and explain why some are where they are.
- Name the different types of housing in the local area recognise these types on a large-scale map.
- Describe some of the activities people in the locality and say which ones are leisure and which ones are jobs.
GEOGRAPHY in YEAR 3
In year 3 this term we have been developing our map skills, compass skills and investigating our local area. We completed fieldwork within our school grounds by focusing on our schools landmarks. The children have then added digital photos to maps of the school and created a geographical key to add to a map using so symbols.
GEOGRAPHY in YEAR 4
During autumn 1, we studied rivers and completed lots of practical activities including making our own rivers with tin foil. This enabled us to learn about the different features of rivers. We also went on a field trip to Towneley river!
GEOGRAPHY in YEAR 5
Autumn 2: Climate Zones
After researching the Earth's climate, we wrote and performed a weather report for our chosen zone.
We gathered data from primary sources and used line graphs to represent our findings.
GEOGRAPHY in YEAR 6