Geography raises and answers questions about the natural and human worlds.
Children will develop their knowledge and skills about places and environments through the study of interesting topics. They will also investigate issues concerning the quality of the environment and be encouraged to think about their values, rights and responsibilities to other people and for the care of the earth.
The children in Willow Class have been amazing this half term. They worked really hard learning the names of our five oceans and now they can locate and name the seven continents. I hope you enjoy listening to their song. https://youtu.be/sgoDZAD7Ijg
We have had another very busy week in Beech Class this week and the children have worked really hard! In P.E. we have continued practising our under arm throwing and catching skills and we used these skills in a game similar to piggy in the middle. We discussed what...
What a fantastic lesson – the children were able to recall their previous knowledge of the UK, including the four countries (Yr1) and the four capital cities (Yr2). We then looked specifically at London and looked back at our KWL grid in order to see what we wanted to...