Our aim is that the children at Camps Hill leave with a secure understanding about some of the human and physical features of world we live in, through studies of the local area and the wider world.  

Over their time at Camps Hill the children will develop skills to work out answers and make links with other areas of the curriculum, challenging information sources and drawing conclusions. 

We want the children to develop a lifelong curiosity about the world around them, using their geographical skills to continue to find out about the world they live in.


  • Our Geography progression document ensures the children receive a broad and balanced curriculum, focussing on a range of geographical areas of learning, including a progression of  skills and geographical vocabulary (from EYFS to Year 6).
  • We use our skills wheels in every lesson (from Reception to Year 6) to help the children recognise which skills they are using,  ensuring that prior skills are built upon. 
  • Geography is taught through investigation and enquiry, whenever possible, encouraging children to be 'Geographers' and looking at the world through the 'Eyes of a Geographer'.
  • Our whole school Geography 'WoW' days provide active, first hand experiences for our children. This makes Geography learning both fun and memorable.
  • Software such as google earth enable children to widen their experience and apply their skills.  

How we measure impact:

The National Curriculum has been broken down across Key Stage 1 and 2 to ensure that key skills and knowledge are taught.

At the end of the year, teachers will make judgements about pupil's understanding/application and record these on our assessment system. Pupils will be judged at working towards, at or beyond these age related expectations. 

Skills Wheels: