Geography lessons help develops knowledge and understanding of places and environments throughout the world. Activities include exploring the local and faraway places using maps. PKC geography curriculum helps pupils build powerful knowledge of the world. Through the carefully sequenced curriculum, children build knowledge over time, knowing more and remembering more as they work through the curriculum.
Conceptual understanding is at the heart of the PKC curriculum and children will learn about key geographical concepts including place, space, the environment, and how the world around them is interconnected.
Throughout the curriculum, children will consider how we know about the world, what geographers do, what they look for, and how they may interpret their observations. By answering questions such as ‘what would a geographer say about this place?’, we encourage children to think about the discipline of geography and how knowledge is formed.
Pupils following the PKC will have many opportunities to make interesting and complex connections between what they study in geography and other subjects such as history and science. The knowledge-rich approach to a primary geography curriculum supports children to understand the world around them, to think deeply about global issues and to develop their own sense of identity; knowing who they are and equipping them with the power to determine their futures.