Geography at Sandiway Primary School
Together, we take our children on a journey that is engaging, exciting and empowering for all.
At Sandiway Primary School we aim to:
We prioritise engaging our students by connecting their learning to the world around them by providing interesting facts about both the man-made and natural world. We use real-world examples, current events, and local geography to demonstrate the relevance of geography in their daily lives. Field trips and interactive mapping activities bring the subject to life, fostering a sense of curiosity and wonder about the diverse landscapes and cultures of our planet and encouraging pupils to become well informed and responsible citizens of the future.
Our curriculum is designed to make the world an exciting place to explore for our students. We introduce them to fascinating landscapes, ecosystems, and cultures from around the globe to ignite their innate curiosity. Through hands-on experiments, multimedia resources, and dynamic classroom discussions, we ignite their curiosity and encourage them to see geography as an adventure waiting to be discovered.
We empower students by teaching them to analyse and solve real-world problems. We emphasise critical thinking, research skills, and global awareness, enabling our students to make informed decisions about environmental issues, cultural diversity, and global challenges. By doing so, we empower them to become responsible, informed, and engaged global citizens who can make a positive impact on the world.
If you would like more information about the school's geography curriculum, please contact the school's geography lead (Mrs Gemma Gotting) at email@example.com