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Children learn about the geography of their world in Autumn and Summer terms. In the first half of the Autumn term, children focus on geography through the lens of ‘community and identity’. This involves children learning about communities in Leeds, around the United Kingdom, and around the world, and how the geography of these places in entwined with community life.  Later in the year, children learn about different issues affecting people across the world.

Key geographical skills are taught in each year group and children have plentiful opportunities to practise and master reading and sketching maps of different scales, investigating sources, and completing geographical enquiries. Children gain experience working with different types of maps and atlases with increasing complexity, including digital mapping software.  Additionally, children undertake fieldwork in the local area.

In Autumn 1, children consider the needs of their local community. As a whole school, we conduct a ‘Big Clean Up’ where pupils contribute to keeping the school and local environment a tidy place. Pupils apply their geographical knowledge and skills in planning this special outcome.

 
Autumn 1
Summer 2
Core Value
We are Happy
We are Fit and Ready for our Future
UN Sustainable Development Goal
Identity and Community
Good Health and Wellbeing
Year 1
Our Country
Healthy Places
Year 2
Our World
Life of a Child in a Contrasting Place
Year 3
Rivers
Water Around the World
Year 4
Coast and Country
Health Around the World
Year 5
Natural Disasters
Inequality
Year 6
Climate Change
Migration
Primary Curriculum - Geography
 
Autumn 1
Summer 2
Core Value
We are Happy
We are Fit and Ready for our Future
UN Sustainable Development Goal
Identity and Community
Good Health and Wellbeing
Year 1
Our Country
Healthy Places
Year 2
Our World
Life of a Child in a Contrasting Place
Year 3
Rivers
Water Around the World
Year 4
Coast and Country
Health Around the World
Year 5
Natural Disasters
Inequality
Year 6
Climate Change
Migration

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Please contact the school if you would like more information on our Geography curriculum.

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Y13 results day - Thursday 15 August - results available from 8.30am from Clephan Hall

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Parent/Carer Wellbeing Event

Roundhay School Secondary Campus invites you to our Parent/Carer Wellbeing Event, which will take place on Wednesday 3rd July from 3-5pm. No need to book - drop in and get support and advice from a range of agencies to enable you to best support your child. Suitable for families with children in Years 7-12.

“Outstanding”

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