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Geography Policy,Introduction, A high quality geography education should inspire in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world and its. people that will remain with them for the rest of lives. Taken from National Curriculum for Geography 2014, It is as a result of these observations that the implementation of geography into the primary curriculum is. considered to be of great importance The school policy is developed in accordance with the National Curriculum. for Geography The curriculum aims to promote a sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about themselves. others and the world around them and to teach the children the importance of their heritage The school. implements the curriculum through discrete geographical teaching although links with other subjects are. encouraged A copy of the planning for each topic unit is to be found in the appendix It is also recognised. that geographical teaching may make use of current news items that are relevant to the learning of the subject. Planning for geography ensures that the subject receives its correct time allocation and allows progression over. the key stage The scheme of work will cater for all abilities and will include provision for pupils with special. educational needs,We believe that geographical education should. develop contextual knowledge of the location of globally significant places both terrestrial and marine. including their defining physical and human characteristics and how these provide a geographical context. for understanding the actions of processes, understand the processes that give rise to key physical and human geographical features of the world. how these are interdependent and how they bring about spatial variation and change over time. We believe that children should gain the geographical skills needed to. collect analyse and communicate with a range of data gathered through experiences of fieldwork that. deepen their understanding of geographical processes. interpret a range of sources of geographical information including maps diagrams globes aerial. photographs and Geographical Information Systems GIS. communicate geographical information in a variety of ways including through maps numerical and. quantitative skills and writing at length,Teaching Methods.
A variety of methods are to be employed in the teaching of geography which will afford pupils access to a range. of resources An enquiry approach is to be adopted and pupils will be encouraged to obtain their answers through. relevant questions These may take the form of asking. What is it,Where is it,What is it like,How did it get like this. What connections are there with other places processes events. How is the situation place changing and why,What do people think and feel about this. What impact will this have,Teachers will use a range of techniques. Subject knowledge given by the teacher,Use of the local environs for fieldwork. Creative activities building models showing routes. Individual and group enquiry especially where resources are limited. Use of T V DVD and films,Using outside speakers, Visits to places of relevance to the topic e g farm beach etc.
Use of I C T simulations data handling and use of internet for research. Use of relevant books pamphlets leaflets maps postcards atlases etc. Role play and drama to create empathy,Photographs and satellite images. Breadth and Balance, The scheme of work is devised to meet the needs of pupils in the acquisition of geographical skills It also focuses. their attention on the needs of society at differing levels and helps them appreciate the concept of community. The Foundation Stage curriculum provides opportunities to develop geographical vocabulary and experiences. through knowledge and understanding of the world, Topics within a year may be place focused e g UK Europe Sometimes themes may be explored through places. e g Why are rainforests important Looking at the rainforests of South America. The scheme ensures that across the key stages pupils will gain knowledge understanding and awareness of. o their own local area,o a contrasting U K locality. o a locality in Europe and North or South America,o the themes of rivers and environmental issues.
o locational knowledge of other places in the world. It is always advisable to base learning on first hand experience It is a statutory requirement for geography that. pupils undertake fieldwork in the school grounds surrounding area and local area Therefore teachers are. required to focus attention on the opportunities available in the school grounds the local area and further afield. This will necessitate the exploration of the world beyond the classroom These visits will be in line with the. school s visits and health and safety policies, All staff are encouraged to organise visits that will enable pupils to extend their knowledge of the world around. Progression, This will be achieved through an enquiry approach to learning and increasing the breadth of study. As pupils progress they will demonstrate,greater accuracy in observation. more precision in mapping and language used, increased complexity in the amount and quality of information about places. greater depth of understanding in the ideas and concepts taught. greater appreciation of the range of attitudes and values relating to issues. an increasing independence in learning,Differentiation.
Recognising the different abilities within a class mean that teachers plan at a class group and individual level. This involves using a range of teaching styles a variety of resources and matching tasks to pupils needs. Cross curricular Links, Many of the skills necessary to the geographer are based on Numeracy and reinforced through the maths. curriculum Communication skills complement work in literacy as pupils be encouraged to debate ideas and present. information in a variety of ways Many of the ideas and concepts taught overlap with science and will further. pupils research observation recording and processing skills I C T can be utilised for the storing and retrieval. of information in databases Access to the Internet will broaden further pupils ability to retrieve information. Geography also fosters the development of tolerance and empathy towards other peoples beliefs and attitudes. and encourages an interest in human affairs,Assessment and Recording. Teachers allow for assessment to be made during the course of a geography lesson using discussion question and. answer techniques and in encouraging pupils to communicate findings to others. Formal assessment will be carried out in line with Walworth School s policy and guidelines for Assessment. Recording and Reporting,Lynn Smith September 2017,Walworth Primary School. Geography Long Term Plan, This is an example of geography covered at Walworth As class 4 sometimes changes year group they will choose an appropriate curriculum for the particular age of. the children Many classes have children for two years and thus will evolve a rolling programme choosing different places and topics. Year Term 1 Term 2 Term 3, Investigate the worlds continents and Why were castles built on hills How do people travel to school.
Class 1 oceans Exploring Land Features Mapping skills. Identify seasonal and daily weather patterns Use aerial images and plan perspectives to Use simple fieldwork and observational skills. in the United Kingdom and the location of recognise landmarks and basic physical to study the geography of the school. hot and cold places in the world features Navigation using N S E W around a map. Investigate the world s continents and Identify seasonal and daily weather patterns Contrast an area of the UK with that of a. Class 2 oceans in the United Kingdom and the location of hot non European country. Name locate and identify characteristics of and cold places in the world For Example Australia. the four countries and capital cities of the Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to Look at the weather in Australia. United Kingdom and its surrounding area key physical and human features. Look at the weather around the world Use compass directions N S E W around a. map Devise a map, Exploring the UK name and locate counties and cities of the UK geographical regions and Using maps atlases and globes Egypt on a. Class 3 human physical features map Use eight points of a compass four. Will include key topographical features including hills mountains coasts and rivers and land figure grid references symbols and keys to. use patterns and understand how some of these aspects have changed over time Use a wide build up knowledge of the United Kingdom. range of geographical sources in order to investigate places and patterns and the world. This will include fieldwork This will include fieldwork. Exploring the UK name and locate counties and cities of the UK geographical regions and Using maps atlases and globes Egypt on a. Class 4 human physical features map Use eight points of a compass four. Will include key topographical features including hills mountains coasts and rivers and land figure grid references symbols and keys to. use patterns and understand how some of these aspects have changed over time Use a wide build up knowledge of the United Kingdom. range of geographical sources in order to investigate places and patterns and the world. This will include fieldwork This will include fieldwork. Name and locate the countries and cities of Use maps atlases globes and digital mapping Use different types of fieldwork to observe. Class 5 Europe or the world Identify their main to locate countries and describe features measure and record the human and physical. physical and human features Ask and answer features in the local area Record the. geographical questions about the physical results in a range of ways. and human characteristics of a location, Name and locate the countries and cities of Use maps atlases globes and digital mapping. Class 6 Europe or the world Identify their main to locate countries and describe features. physical and human features Ask and answer Describe how locations around the world are. geographical questions about the physical changing and explain some of the reasons for. and human characteristics of a location change For example coastlines. Locate the world s countries with a focus on Use maps atlases globes and Locate the world s countries with focus on. Class 7 Europe digital computer mapping to locate countries North and South America and countries of. and describe features studied particular interest to pupils. Use the eight points of a compass four figure Physical geography including climate zones. grid references symbols and keys including biomes and vegetation belts rivers. the use of Ordnance Survey maps to build mountains volcanoes and earthquakes and. knowledge of the United Kingdom and the the water cycle. world Understand geographical similarities and, Use a wide range of geographical sources in differences through the study of the human. order to investigate places and patterns and physical geography of a region or area. within North or South America, Name and locate some of the countries and Use maps atlases globes and Climate and climate change. Class 8 cities of the world and their identifying digital computer mapping to locate countries What are the causes of global warming. human and physical characteristics and describe features studied Locate the What are its effects How might our coast. geographic zones of the world line change in the coming century What can. Use the eight points of a compass four figure we do to prevent further damage. grid references symbols and keys including,the use of Ordnance Survey maps to build.
knowledge of the United Kingdom and the,Use a wide range of geographical sources in. order to investigate places and patterns, Locate the geographic zones of the world Use maps atlases globes and Locate the world s countries with focus on. Class 9 Understand the significance of the digital computer mapping to locate countries North and South America and countries of. geographic zones of the world and describe features studied particular interest. physical geography including climate Use the eight points of a compass four figure. zones biomes and vegetation belts rivers grid references symbols and keys including. mountains volcanoes and earthquakes the use of Ordnance Survey maps to build. The water cycle knowledge of the United Kingdom and the. Physical Geography world, Volcanoes earthquakes water cycle Use a wide range of geographical sources in. order to investigate places and patterns, Name and locate the countries and cities of Use maps atlases globes and digital mapping. Class 10 Europe or the world Identify their main to locate countries and describe features. physical and human features Ask and answer Describe how locations around the world are. geographical questions about the physical changing and explain some of the reasons for. and human characteristics of a location change For example coastlines.

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