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Geography offers opportunities for pupils to:

investigate a wide range of people, places and environments at different scales around the world;

study geographical patterns and processes and how political, economic, social and environmental factors affect contemporary geographical issues;

investigate how places and environments are interdependent; carry out geographical enquiry, including identifying geographical questions and developing their own opinions;

use a range of investigative and problem-solving skills and resources, including different types of maps and atlases, satellite images, aerial photographs, texts and ICT.



History offers opportunities for pupils to:

learn about the past in Britain and the wider world; consider how the past influences the present;

find out about what past societies were like, how these societies organised themselves, and what beliefs and cultures influenced people's actions;

develop a chronological framework; see the diversity of human experience and understand more about themselves as individuals and members of society;

reflect on their personal choices, attitudes and values; use evidence, weigh it up and reach their own conclusions; research, sift through evidence and argue a point of view.

A knowledge and understanding of people's faith choices is an essential life skill.
Pupils will get the opportunity to study different faiths and beliefs that people have and similarities and differences between the different faiths.
Pupils will be taught to respect people faits and will take part in discussions and debates about what people believe in.


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