Our Geography intent…
- Have access to high quality Geography sessions each term in a sequence of lessons
- understand that geography is the study of how people and places interact
- know where they live and understand its diversity(locality, county, country and continent)
- know how to sustain the planet contributing to a greener Morecambe
- know the names and locations of the world’s continents and oceans
- know what rivers, mountains, coasts, rainforests and volcanoes are, including one notable example of each and a simple grasp of the impact each of these can have on communities
- know key differences between rural and urban areas
- know that some places are very different to others
- know basic map & fieldwork skills
- Have the substantive, procedural and disciplinary knowledge to further Geographical study in Yr 7
Year 1 have been visiting the orchard throughout the year to see how the seasons change over time. Our final observation was of Summer. Take a look!
In both Geography and Science, we learn about the seasons. In Geography, we look at the weather and track this at different times of the year. In Science, we learn about how the environment around us changes in each season. Here are Year 1, looking for signs of...
In Geography we have been learning about our local area and what we see on our way to school. We went for a walk around the streets close to school. We saw a church, a garage, main school, street signs and lots more. We planned the route by looking at maps and google...
Starting our Geography unit, it's important that we in Year 1, look at a range of different maps. Where can we find maps? What are they used for? Why are they helpful? Hopefully, these are some of the things we will learn in this unit!
We went on a walk of our local area looking for signs of Autumn. We each had our own bag to gather any evidence we saw of Autumn. It was lovely to visit our orchard and observe nature.
Just a few photos from our visit to the North East looking at the similarities and differences between the two coastlines, taking part in the Lowry trail around Berwick and landing on Lindisfarne just like the Vikings did in 793AD. What a trip - sunsets over Seahouses...
We have been very busy over the last few weeks! We have mixed colours using natural materials, made sunflower pictures, found natural materials and had a go at drawing maps. We have had great fun!
Year 2 were joined by a whole host of experts from Lancaster University, Local Bird Watching group and RSPB and Wildlife Trust and local Eden Project. We wanted to learn about our local area and in particular the coastal habitat. We learnt a range of local bird calls...
Last Updated on October 9, 2022