St Elizabeth's Catholic Primary School



Geography

Why is Geography important?

Geography helps us to make sense of the world around us, better understand the places we live in, learn about and visit different places and understand why they matter and how they are connected to a globalised world.

Through Geography, we encounter different societies and cultures and learn to appreciate the incredible diversity of landscapes and people.

In Geography, we face questions of what it means to live sustainably in an interdependent world and learn to value and care for the planet and all its inhabitants.

 

When is Geography taught?

The Whole School Overview below maps out when each Geography unit is taught: 

 

 

How is the Subject Content from the National Curriculum Covered?