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At Lowedges Junior Academy, we believe that Geography is a key subject for promoting curiosity and asking questions to delve deeper into the understanding of the world we live in. Throughout each unit of work, we actively encourage children to develop a better knowledge of the world through enquiry questions. Our Geography curriculum is designed to ensure that pupils continually build on their knowledge about diverse places, people, resources and natural and human environments. As well as this, they will gain a better understanding of the Earth’s key physical and human processes.  

Our ultimate aim is to inspire our children to have a curiosity and fascination about the world and the people that live upon it. Through high quality teaching, we hope that their love for Geography will remain with them for the rest of their lives, equipping them well for further education and beyond. 


Geography at Lowedges is taught weekly, in blocks throughout the year, so that children can achieve depth in their learning. The key knowledge, skills and vocabulary of each unit builds progressively across each year group, therefore allowing children to build on prior learning and make links across units. Tasks are selected and designed to provide appropriate challenge to all learners.  To create an engaging Geography curriculum, provision is well resourced to support effective teaching and learning. In addition to this, cross-curricular lessons are regularly planned wherever possible and the local area is fully utilised, with extensive opportunities for learning outside the classroom actively encouraged.


The impact of successful teaching and learning in Geography at Lowedges will be shown through outcomes in curriculum and literacy books. Within these books there will be evidence of a broad and balanced Geography curriculum that demonstrates children’s knowledge and understanding relating to each of the identified National Curriculum strands.  Geography work will be regularly displayed and shared throughout school or via our school website. Discussions with children will automatically show a love for Geography learning, and they will be willing to share what they have learnt with others in a positive and inspiring manner.

Please click here to see the LJA Geography overview.  


Some useful websites to continue Geography learning at home:

National Geography for kids

Kids world travel guide 


BBC Bitesize (KS1)

BBC Bitesize (KS2)

Top Marks

Teach it Primary          


The ACET Geography Skills grid is a guideline on the skills that will be taught in each year group to ensure that children leave all ACET primaries prepared for KS3.  

Please click below for the ACET Geography skills progression document 

The Geography Vocabulary document outlines key terminology to refer to in KS1 and KS2.

Please click below for the ACET Geography Vocabulary document