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Geography

During Non-Fiction Studies children learn how to write non-fiction texts through the study of humanities units in history, geography and religious education. This encourages children to extend their writing skills beyond English lessons to throughout the curriculum.

 

The Teaching of Geography

Our teaching in geography aims to provide children with a curiosity about the world and its people. They learn about physical and human processes and gain knowledge of different places and people. There are two strands of teaching in geography:

 

People and Places

  • In the News (Local Geography)
  • By the Seaside (Contrasting locality in the UK & Coastal Environment)
  • Catalonia (Contrasting locality in a region of Europe)
  • Brazil (Contrasting locality in a region of Europe)

 

Physical Processes

  • Improving the Environment
  • International Space Station (The World from Space)
  • London: It's River (A study of water and the River Thames)
  • Mountain Environment

 

 

 

Local Geography - London Field Trip 2015

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Field Trip - The Thames, Greenwich & the Flood Barrier

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