Our Geography curriculum sparks pupils' interest and fascination in God's world and its people, places and the environment. We believe it is vital that children investigate and can analyse locations, places, people and learn about interactions between the Earth's physical and human processes.
Geography inspires in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world, and at The Rosary we aim to instil this in our pupils through lessons that provide the children with knowledge of different places, cultures and environments throughout the world, helping them realise how different nations rely on each other. We encourage our pupils to think about their own place in the world, their values, and their rights and responsibilities to other people and the environment.
At the Rosary we also focus on developing the children’s understanding of maps throughout Key Stage One and Two. Children are encouraged to use a range of investigative and problem-solving skills, both inside and outside of the classroom. Below please find the topics we will be covering and some helpful website links that you may want to explore with your child at home.
“Education is so important in protecting our planet. We need that collective confidence that pushes us forward and says we can do it.”
Year 5 pupils at the Rosary are incredibly proud to be involved in the Generation Earthshot programme looking at innovative ways we can save our planet for future generations.
In Early Years we learn about different places in our wonderful world from Paddington Bear.
Learning about our physical world.
Here are some Geography games for you to play online: