- Long Term Curriculum Plans
- Curriculum Jigsaw Maps
- Curriculum Progression
- English at Bosbury
- Phonics Teaching at Bosbury
- High Frequency and Common Exception Word Checklists
- Spelling and Handwriting Sheets
- Grammar Hammer Sheets
- Grammar Checklists
- Subject-Specific Vocabulary
- Maths at Bosbury
- The 99 Club
- Times Table Practice Sheets
- Maths Calculation Videos
- Addition Videos
- Subtraction Videos
- Division Videos
- Multiplication Videos
- Times Tables
- Times Tables Pop Songs
- Reasoning in Maths
- Maths at Home!
- Science at Bosbury
- History at Bosbury
- Geography at Bosbury
- Languages at Bosbury
- Religious Education at Bosbury
- Collective Worship Activities
- Art and Design at Bosbury
- Design & Technology at Bosbury
- Music at Bosbury
- Musician of the Month
- Why is Music so Important at Bosbury?
- Singing Leaders
- Which Instrument Should I Choose?
- Physical Education (PE) at Bosbury
- Sports Leaders
- The Mile Run
- Pupil Sport Reports
- Computing at Bosbury
- PSHE Sex and Relationships Education at Bosbury
- Philosophy for Children - P4C at Bosbury
- Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) at Bosbury
- Forest School
- Thrive Approach at Bosbury
Geography at Bosbury
Being a Geographer at Bosbury CE Primary School
Geography gives pupils an understanding of the world around them, its environments, places near and far, and the processes that create and affect them.
At Bosbury, we are excited to find out more about our world in the classroom and experience practical fieldwork in our local area. We have strong links with our friends at the Tara School in Rwanda, which gives our children access to experiencing daily life in different parts of the world. With climate change, human impact and the environment part of our curriculum, our children ask big questions about the world they live in.
- Mrs. K Turnbull (Bosbury CE Primary School Geography Lead)
At Bosbury Primary School, Geography enables children to develop their understanding of the physical and human characteristics of their world. Children are inspired by exciting and relevant topics, and can see a link with Geography in school and their own futures. They will study diverse places across the globe, and will compare these places with their own environment. Children will, in turn, develop a passion of the world and a sense of responsibility for sustaining it.
At Bosbury children develop their knowledge of the location of places on a local, national, and global scale. Teaching is inventive and inspiring with drivers aimed at capturing children’s enthusiasm for real life experiences.
Key Geography Documents
At Bosbury, children develop their knowledge of the location of places on a local, national, and global scale. Teaching is inventive and inspiring, with drivers aimed at capturing children’s enthusiasm for real life experiences.
Children at Bosbury will become competent in using key geographical skills and completing fieldwork extending their skills in investigation, data collection and presentation. Their work will provide them with skills adaptable across the curriculum. They will ask and answer important questions based on maps, images, real life accounts and data.
GEOGRAPHY KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
Please click on the links below to access our Geography Knowledge Organisers, arranged by class.
Are you a passionate Geographer? Well, here you have the world at your fingertips!
Visit https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/category/discover/geography/ to find out even more about Geography. Watch videos, take quizzes, and find out even more about our inspiring world!