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Find out more about the Geography curriculum here.
Year 3 common craft videos

Year 3’s European country common craft videos

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Year 4 - Excellent work by the year 4 children. Ask them about the features of a river and they will be happy to show off their knowledge

Polar Explorer Day - There was some amazing work across the whole school! We covered a variety of topics such as; Weather, climate change, animals, locations and polar explorers. Well done everyone!

Autumn Term - Eco-Schools - The wormery was set up by the Eco-warriors this term. Pop into class 9 and check them out.

Our work on the Plastic Pick Up campaign made the national headlines recently. Follow this link to find out how we have tried to look after our environment.

16.4.18 ECOschools - A huge well done to the ECO Warriors for achieving the Bronze Award1

Autumn Term - There has been some interstellar learning in Geography throughout the school this term!

Outdoor Learning


Wow! Year 1 had an amazing time during their outdoor learning day. They were able to explore the school grounds making sure they remembered all the places they stopped. After, they created some amazing maps. Take a look at how detailed they are!

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Year 4 embraced their 'Rivers' topic and produced some brilliant work! They learnt all about the features of a river, all the way from source to mouth and researched a river of their own to present to the class. Take a look at the River Tyne and Mississippi River.

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21.11.17 - As part of their River topic, Year 4 had a visit from Paul Mooney, who is a North East weather expert. We learnt lots about why it is important to know locations in the UK and how the weather is predicted. They also asked a lot of fascinating questions, which helped them improve thier knowledge. Well done everyone!

Why does most of our weather come from the South West?

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We experienced what the Kobe earthquake might have felt like at The Natural History Museum.