Through our teaching and learning in Geography, we aim to deliver a curriculum which is accessible to all and that will maximise the outcomes for every child so that they develop lifelong skills and knowledge.

We believe that Geography teaching is about developing an understanding of our world, through experience, investigation and learning from secondary and primary sources.

Geography helps children to gain a greater understanding of the ways of life and cultures of people in other places. This will help to enable children to take responsibility for their role in society and to develop a caring attitude towards others, animals and plants in our environment. This cultural capital will give them the tools they need to live in our ever-changing world.

Aims and Intent

At Carnagill Primary School the vision for Geography is one that aims:

  • To stimulate pupils’ interest in the world around them and to foster a sense of wonder at the world around them
  • To help pupils develop an informed concern for the quality of the environment
  • To enhance pupil’s sense of responsibility for the care of the earth and its people
  • To develop a range of skills to interpret geographical information and to carry out geographical enquiry

Please see our Geography policy for more details.

The Subject Leader for Geography is Rory Atkinson.

We are pleased to be open to all children.

Please remember children should not attend school if they are presenting symptoms of COVID-19.