Geography is an important part of the Creative Curriculum at St Paul's.
The children at our school have the opportunity to learn about about a variety of different topics in geography such as map skills, the rainforest and volcanoes. They also have the opportunity to learn about the geography of our local area and are able to learn outside the classroom through class visits and activities in our forest school.
The Creative Curriculum allows geography to be taught in an exciting and engaging way as geography topics are often linked to many different areas of the curriculum, such as the arts and history.
Keep checking this page to see all the wonderful things that happen in our geography learning!
Miss McCallum- Geography Coordinator
Please find some useful websites to support your geography learning at home.
Have a go at some of the exciting geography games to test your knowledge and learn something new!
See if you can use the resources and information on the National Geographic Kids website to find out about something that interests you.
Miss McCallum's Home Learning Challenge!
Have a look at the puzzles below. Can you solve them?
I will reveal the answers next week!
Geography Brain Teasers
Remember to try and "think outside the box." The answer might not always be so obvious!
1) What comes first in Russia, second in France and and in third in Germany?
2) Who speaks every language you could ever imagine?
3) Which city is the easiest destination to find?