Subject Leader: Emily Forbes
The Geographical Association states: "Developing a sense of place - such as for example, a sensory exploration of a 'rainforest' - is not geography until you understand the significance of location and links with other places at global and local scales of study. Other concepts add depth and support a deeper understanding of people, places and environments. Geography synthesises different ideas and types of knowledge which is why it is both a challenging and exciting subject. Our pupils undertake Geographical enquiry during each unit of work and progress in knowledge and skills over time.