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Year 1

Where do we live?

Are we there yet?

How does the weather change during the year?

Why was London on fire in 1666?

What happens to a seed?

Why do we love the seaside?

Year 2

Why are Kings and Queens important?

What was life like living in a castle?

What is it like to live in our local area?

How do animal habitats differ around the world?

Where does my food come from?

Where will your next journey take you?

Year 3 How did life change from the Stone Age to the Iron Age? How did life change from the Stone Age to the Iron Age?

What are maps for?

Who are our European Neighbours?

What did the Romans do for us?

How has my local area changed?

Year 4

Who were the Anglo-Saxons?

Why did the Vikings invade Britain?

What was life like for a Victorian child?

How can I lead a healthy lifestyle?

Where does my food come from? Why are rainforests important?
Year 5

What was life like in Ancient Greece?

Why would a tourist visit modern Greece?

What was important to the people of the Maya Civilisation?

How is Fairtrade fair?

How is Climate change affecting this world?

What was life like under the reign of Henry the 8th?

Year 6

What effects do Natural Disasters have on everyday lives?

How did life change for children during World War 2?

What was life like in Ancient Egyptian times?

What key events shaped Britain’s future in the middle ages?

Was the Wild West really wild? Was the Wild West really wild?

 

National Curriculum for Geography - Key Stage 1 and 2

Comments from OFSTED regarding Geography - 6th June 2019

 

Pupils have a wide range of opportunities to learn about different faiths and cultures. The school promotes celebrating diversity within its local community. 

 

There is a determination by leaders for pupils to experience activities that they might not otherwise have an opportunity to try. Pupils visit the beach, have careers days and learn about what it is like to be healthy and how to be mindful of their emotional health and well-being.

 

The school curriculum is broad and balanced. Pupils have access to a wide range of different experiences as part of the school curriculum. Whole-school themed days bring the curriculum alive for pupils. They are appreciative of the opportunities they are offered. Work is showcased in vibrant displays around the school.

 

The enquiry curriculum is closely aligned to the school’s writing curriculum. This helps the pupils to make links in their learning between different subjects.

 

Assessment practice in foundation subjects such as science, history and geography is at an early stage. Subject leaders are aware that the same rigorous systems and processes implemented in English and mathematics would further develop these areas of learning for pupils.

 

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