Our Geography Curriculum

Through our teaching of geography at St John Vianney, we intend for our pupils to:
• increase and develop their geographical knowledge, skills, concepts and attitudes.
• have a progressive understanding of the place in which they live (locality, town, county…) comparing and contrasting with other places.
• make links between the physical and human features of different places, developing a deepening awareness of how these are shaped, interconnected and changed over time.
• develop a sense of responsibility both for the local area and the wider world.
• inspire a curiosity about the world they live in and develop their knowledge about diverse places, people, resources and natural and human environments.

Children will know more, remember more and understand more about the world and its people.

Geography in EYFS (October 2021)

Where did the baby skeleton go? In Reception class, the children learned all about maps and map symbols through their class story of ‘Funnybones’. They loved using the Beebots to move in different directions around the town.

Year 3 Rainforest Weather Forecasts! 

Year 3 learned all about the weather and climate in tropical places like the Amazon Rainforest. They wrote and performed their very own weather forecasts.

St. John Vianney Catholic Primary School, Elton Head Road, Sutton Heath, St. Helens, WA9 5BT
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