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Autumn

 

  • Ask simple geographical questions e.g. What is it like to live in this place?
  • Describe seasonal weather changes
  • Use locational and directional language (e.g.  near and far; left and right) to describe the location of features and routes
  • Understand how some places are linked to other places e.g. roads, trains

Spring

 

  • Use simple maps of the local area e.g. large scale, pictorial etc.
  • Link their homes with other places in their local community
  • Make simple maps and plans e.g. pictorial place in a story
  • Ask simple geographical questions e.g. What is it like to live in this place?

Summer

  • Use simple observational skills to study the geography of the school and its grounds
  • Use simple maps of the local area e.g. large scale, pictorial etc.
  • Make simple maps and plans e.g. pictorial place in a story
  • Understand how some places are linked to other places e.g. roads, trains
  • Link their homes with other places in their local community
  • Suggest ideas for improving the school environment
  • Describe seasonal weather changes
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