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Geography Curriculum: intent

The study of geography involves our pupils exploring the relationship and interactions between people and the environments in which they live and upon which they and all life on Earth depends. Many of the pupils who now attend our school will live to see the next century and inhabit a world of 11 billion people. The many opportunities and challenges that will arise during their lifetime will be very much about geography at personal, national and global scales. What we intend pupils to learn in geography reflects this throughout the curriculum.

Primary connected geographySchool Curriculum Plan Geography

History Curriculum: Intent

Connected History has been very carefully designed and resourced to provide teachers with a coherent, progressive and rigorous learning programme for Years 1–6 which will engage and motivate pupils and encourage them to see the world through the eyes of young historians.

Many pupils in primary education today will live to see the next century and the content and approach to learning adopted in the Connected History programme recognises this. It seeks to identify the most relevant and meaningful aspects of the subject content of the National Curriculum in history to explore in depth, rather than providing a more traditional approach that attempts a fully comprehensive coverage at the expense of subject rigour and the development of core subject concepts and skills.

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