Geography

At Stratford St Mary Primary School, we believe through high-quality planning, teaching and assessing, the geography curriculum will provide a range of opportunities which will:

  • Inspire our pupils to have a life-long curiosity and fascination about the world and its people.
  • Teach our pupils skills so they gain a knowledge about human and physical geography (locally, nationally and internationally); diverse places, people, resources and natural and physical environments.
  • Teach our pupils skills to gain a deeper understanding of the Earth’s key human and physical processes; the interaction between the two processes and of the formation and use of landscapes and environments.  
  • Teach our pupils skills to collect, analyse and communicate a range of data through fieldwork.
  • Allow our pupils to interpret a range of geographical sources.
  • Allow our pupils to communicate geographical information in a variety of ways. 

Mrs Bilner

Geography Subject Leader

Geography in the News

The Year of the Rat – Chinese New Year

The Year of the Rat – Chinese New Year

The children were very lucky as Mrs Clark came into school and spoke to them about Chinese New Year. The children took part in different activities which included making a lucky red envelope and a Chinese dragon. Mrs Clark showed the children how to do Chinese writing...

Round Britain Quiz

Round Britain Quiz

On Wednesday 9th Octobers, the Owls were joined by their parents and grandparents for a shared learning session. In Geography, the children had been learning about counties and regions, particularly the ones around where we live. Their challenge for the afternoon was...

Marvellous Maasai Tribal Necklaces.

Marvellous Maasai Tribal Necklaces.

The Woodpeckers have continued their learning about Kenya by learning about The Maasai Tribe. The children learnt lots of facts by looking at different photographs and artefacts about the Maasai Tribe. This is a tribe of people living in the planes of Kenya. They...

Tractor Visit

Tractor Visit

James the Farmer brought his tractor to our school today as part of the Suffolk Agricultural Association’s Tractors into Schools initiative. James spoke to the children in Kingfishers and Woodpeckers Class about his tractor and his job. The children listened...

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

The children have been celebrating the Chinese New Year. They had the opportunity to taste: white rice, noodles, prawn crackers, fortune cookies and soy sauce. The children recorded their likes and dislikes of Chinese food on a chart and marked the correct box with a...

Rainforest Researchers

Rainforest Researchers

This week, Woodpeckers Class have been learning about The Rainforest. They are going to write fact files. To find out about the Rainforest, the children had to use resources to research and answer questions in pairs and on their own which inspired them to take charge...

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