Geography forms one element of our topic curriculum at St Paul’s. Within the topic, we encourage a curiosity and fascination about the world, its physical features and the people who live in it. We enable children to gain a contextual knowledge of globally significant places, both physical and human. We teach the processes that give rise to physical and human geographical features. We also teach children about the interdependence between the human and physical world.
Through our work in Geography, children learn to work as Geographers, collecting, interpreting, presenting and analysing geographic data. The children work with maps, plans, atlases, satellite and other imaging tools.
Our Geography scheme of work can be found within the topic schemes of work on the Curriculum Subjects page of our website.