At Hurst Drive Primary School, Geography is taught for approximately 2-3 weeks each term in Key Stage 1 and 2 using the Plan Bee Scheme of work and is taught through Understanding the World in Reception both through adult-led and child-initiated learning.
The children learn about the world through exploring different countries, continents, seas, oceans and other human and physical features of the world around them. They develop their geographical skills and enquiry through asking and answering questions as well as learning about directions and studying maps. The children cover a broad range of topics to ensure they have a breadth and depth of understanding.
Click here to read the whole-school Geography medium-term planning to find out which units your child will be studying this year.
On 2 September 2019, we achieved the Bronze Award for the Primary Geography Quality Mark - we are very proud of this achievement as it shows the steps we're taking to develop and improve our Geography curriculum.