Through the teaching and learning of Geography at Chapel End Primary School we aim to stimulate our children’s curiosity by incorporating a ‘classrooms without walls’ philosophy. We endeavour for all of our children to experience first hand what it is like to be a geographer. It is our aim that progressive mapping and fieldwork is at the heart of our teaching and learning. Through our curriculum we explore firstly our own locality, which then progresses to the UK and onto the wider world. By learning about different places and cultures we aspire for all of our children to develop respect and tolerance for the wider world. This supports our ultimate goal in supporting our children towards becoming responsible global citizens. Through completing our contextualised programme of study we aim for our children to develop independence and resilience as they move out into secondary school and the wider world.
We will do the best WE can to enable our children to do the best THEY can.