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Eastnor Parochial Primary School

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The aim of Geography at Eastnor Primary School is to teach an understanding of places and environments. Geography helps children to make sense of their surroundings as well as the world as a whole.
By studying their local environment and other areas, children learn about people and places and the relationships between them. We frequently invite local people into school such as parents, grandparents and helpers at the church who all have such a depth of experience in Eastnor which they so lovingly share with the children. This enables children to develop an appreciation and understanding of what makes a place special and unique. We aim also to build skills in enquiry as well as challenging pupils to make comparisons, appreciating both similarities and differences.  They come to understand the physical and human processes and patterns present in environments that they study.

The Geography topics taught at Eastnor Primary School build upon prior learning and offer increasing challenge to pupils as they move up the school, often linking across the curriculum to consolidate and deepen children’s understanding. Throughout their time at Eastnor, pupils are given many opportunities to enrich their learning experience through involvement in local events such as The Malvern Show.


At Eastnor School the Geography curriculum enhances the teaching of other subjects, promoting reading and writing skills in literacy, contributing to children’s mathematical understanding of space, scale and distance and also analysing data. Geography contributes significantly to the teaching of PSHE and citizenship and matters of social welfare such as how environments have changed for the better or for the worse.

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