Key Stage 3 Geography is divided into a progressive programme of study comprising 6 modules of work. During these 2 years, students investigate a wide range of people, places and environments at different scales. They learn about geographical patterns and processes and how political, economic, social and environmental factors affect contemporary geographical issues. This develops knowledge of places and environments throughout the world, an understanding of maps, and a range of investigative and problem solving techniques.
We study the following topics in Year 5:
- Connecting Localities: Whitby
- Village in Africa
We study the following topics in Year 6:
- Map and Atlas skills
We study the following topics in Year 7:
- What is Geography?
- Map Skills
- Volcanoes and Earthquakes
We study the following topics in Year 8:
- World Development
- Italy, An EU country
- Investigating Brazil
- Weathering, Rivers and Coasts
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