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Headteacher : James Pynn
Age Range : 4 to 11
Number of Pupils : 24

Latest OfSTED Report:

October 2017

Latest SIAMS Report:

March 2017


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In geography we study local, national and global places and look at how lives are different. We also study our locality and have talks from the local history group who can explain geographical features, which link in with history.


  • Ensure the National Curriculum for geography is implemented across the school and is designed and taught effectively to demonstrate progress.
  • Carry out a local Geographical study and compare to an alternative location.
  • Cross curricular links and ensure children have access to maps, atlas and globe.


  • Design and construct a varied and engaging long term plan that is ambitious and ensures the topics are linked to the National Curriculum but are also linked to the interests of the children in school.
  • Use a variety of maps including ordnance survey.
  • Ensure that resources / classroom displays support the learning of all children.
  • Children have access to technology to access digital maps.
  • Children have the opportunity to explore the local environment and develop field work skills.
  • Ensure that the children have an understanding of the local and wider community.


  • Children will develop contextual knowledge of globally significant places, both land and sea.
  • Children will understand how the geographical features of the world can vary and change over time.
  • Children will be able to collect and analyse data following field work.
  • Children will learn to read and interpret maps, globes etc.
  • Children will gain a deeper knowledge of their community.


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