Partial closure (Y5 and Y6 only in school) for Wednesday 18th, Thursday 19th March and Friday 20th March


What is the purpose of our curriculum?

Love to Learn

  • At the heart our curriculum across both key stages is the aspiration that pupils make sense of the world around them understanding how people, place and the environment are all connected.
  • Our curriculum includes all objectives and aspects required within the National Curriculum.
  • We equip pupils with the skills to develop their knowledge through studying places, people as well as the natural and human environments.
  • Finally, ignite their passion for Geography and consider potential careers within this field.

Learn to Live

  • Geography aims to enable pupils to develop their knowledge, understanding and skills by becoming independent thinkers and questioners, acquiring a solid basis for lifelong learning – Independent Enquirer.
  • We encourage curiosity, a passion to learn and a ‘go-for-it’ attitude towards learning by pushing pupils’ own boundaries – Self-Manager.

Live to Love

  • Pupils develop an understanding of the world we live in and consider the consequences of human actions through past, present and future - Thankfulness.
  • Pupils demonstrate an appreciation of our local area and global community, understanding that they can make a difference in society - Honour.


Geography KS2

Geography KS3


Learning Journals indicate the progress that a pupil can make within a subject. These do not compare children’s progress with each other but considers their progress against specific statements. The Learning Journals for this subject are:

Year 5

Year 6

Year 7

Year 8

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