Develop an excellent knowledge of where places are, and what they are like.
Promote a passion for, and commitment to, the subject, and a real sense of curiosity to find out about the world and the people who live there.
Develop an excellent understanding of the ways in which places are interdependent and interconnected and how much human and physical environments are interrelated.
Teach an extensive base of geographical knowledge and vocabulary.
Develop fluency in complex, geographical enquiry and the ability to apply questioning skills and use effective analytical and presentational techniques.
Promote the ability to reach clear conclusions and develop a reasoned argument to explain findings.
Encourage significant levels of originality, imagination or creativity as shown in interpretations and representations of the subject matter.
Make use of highly developed fieldwork and other geographical skills and techniques.
Develop the ability to express well-balanced opinions, rooted in very good knowledge and understanding of current and contemporary issues in society and the environment.
By the end of KS2, our children will have developed the geographical knowledge and skills to help them explore, navigate and understand the world around them and their place in it. Children’s knowledge and skills will develop progressively as they move through the school, not only to enable them to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum but to prepare them to become competent geographers in secondary education.