I am Ms Turner and the subject leader for Geography. I am interested in travel and keen to explore England as well as other countries too. It fascinates me that there is so much to find out about in our world and so much to yet see.
The geographer Eratosthenes wrote a comprehensive treatise about the world, which he called "Geography." This was the first use of the word, which in Greek means "writing about the world."
I hope that geography will enthuse the children’s curiosity as it does mine and look forward to many conversations with them where they can share their passion and knowledge they have gained in this subject.
Curriculum Intent - This is what we want the children to learn.
At Holy Trinity Primary School, we believe Geography should fill the pupils with awe and wonder. Pupils will expand their knowledge to find out about the world and the people that live in it so that they have a deeper understanding.
Throughout our Geography curriculum our pupils have experiences that they will remember for the rest of their lives. These experiences will serve as building blocks as the pupil’s progress through the school to enable them to have a broader knowledge of the subject of Geography.
Through geography, they will develop contextual knowledge of the location of globally significant places including defining physical and human characteristics. Pupils will understand the processes that show key physical and human geographical features of the world.
Curriculum Implementation - This is how we will do it.
Curriculum Impact - This is how we measure it.