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Geography Intent, Implementation and Impact 


  • An extensive base of geographical knowledge and vocabulary.
  • An excellent knowledge of where places are and what they are like.
  • An excellent understanding of how human and physical environments are interrelated.
  • Highly developed fieldwork.
  • A passion and curiosity for finding out about the world and people who live there.
  • A curriculum to ‘think like a geographer’: choosing, building and linking knowledge
  • An awareness of current issues in the environment. 



  • Planning is differentiated in every class by year group and children are given the opportunity to transfer their maths and English skills through cross-curricular links.
  • Children are provided with chances to access different geographical resources and visit places of interest and take part it fieldwork to enhance their learning about the past. 
  • Children learn to independently, and safely, use resources from the internet and videos, and can use non-fiction books for research. 
  • Specific vocabulary is set out and planned for the children, to develop a varied and extensive vocabulary by the end of KS2. 



  • A rich and extensive vocabulary, built upon over time. 
  • Children know more, and remember more, by building upon their knowledge of key geographical concepts over time helping them to make good or better progress 
  • An understanding and tolerance of diversity in our community and the world  
  • Confident and resilient learners

Curriculum documents

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