GEOGRAPHY Primary School curriculum materials

 

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Curriculum

Sustainable Travel link

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Geography

Foundation stage

Communities

Comparing and contrasting streets and roads seen on the journey to school

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KS1

Location and place knowledge

Identifying human features: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour and consider the best means of transport to link them

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Skills and fieldwork

Visiting the local environment to carry out traffic surveys (links to ICT and maths)

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KS2

Location and place knowledge

Thinking about how human and physical features impact on the transport used

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Skills and fieldwork

Impact of human and physical features on data collection and field work

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