We are geographers and environmentalists at St Margaret Ward.
We teach Geography at St Margaret Ward to inspire a love of our world. Geography develops a curiosity and understanding about how the world has changed for the people and animals that call it home.
We work together to help pupils to increase their knowledge about diverse places and people as well as developing a deep understanding of natural and human environments, and, physical and human processes.
As the children progress through the school, their growing knowledge deepens their understanding of the interaction between the physical and human aspects of geography and secures a lifelong sense of responsibility for their actions in relation to the impact on the world.
The learning in geography is supported at St Margaret Ward by the work done by the Eco-Warriors and School Council, especially in terms of improving our environment and watching it change over time.
Click on the links below to see examples of geography in action in the different classes:
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Below is the long-term plan for geography (geography in green in Years 1-6) that is taught in the different year groups from Year 1 to Year 6:
CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO VISIT OTHER SUBJECT PAGES:
Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE)