Geography at Stockton Wood is dynamic, stimulating and most of all fun to learn. It is open to new ideas and cultures. Geography is a tool to aid the children to see where they, their society and different cultures came from. To recognize that land and communities developed over time and that they continue to develop. That people can create or destroy this planet. Used correctly the children can make a better world through what they have learned.
Learn their place in the world that they live in Speke. That Speke is part of a wider community. They learn simple directions. They will explore the natural world using their senses and will begin to ask questions about the world.
Key Stage 1
They will be able to draw simple maps and place themselves on a map of the UK. They will use NSEW and simple coordinates for directions. They will look at the world and investigate their surroundings making observations.
Key Stage 2:
They will recognize their position in Europe and the world. They will know 6 points of the compass and use 6 figure grid references. They will initiate questions about their world and the environment and will investigate contrasting environments in greater depth, analyzing evidence and drawing conclusions.
See Stockton Wood’s Geography Curriculum Progression by clicking here