Through Geography we teach children about a variety of places and the different communities that live in them. They are able to learn about the physical processes and the consequences of change on different environments.

Children acquire a variety of the geographical knowledge and skills they need to understand themes and places.

For example, through studying the contrast between their local area and Eynsford in Kent, children are able to use maps, carry out traffic surveys and field work to help them understand the similarities and differences between the two places.

If you are interested to find out more about the school's Geography curriculum, contact Christina Thorp, Geography Postholder, via the school office (details below).