Today, y5 generated their own geographical investigation based around the question: why don’t rivers run straight? When asked to each draw a river, we noticed how everyone created bends and […]
Yesterday, the Y5 children continued their geography learning by exploring rivers around the world using digital mapping
This afternoon in Y3L, we have been using atlases to explore local and national geography.
This week, as part of our human geography topic, we focused our learning around where products come from and the processes they go through before they arrive on the shelves […]
Year 3 are looking at our local geography. We used the iPads and chrome books to research features of Rotherham. We then used this knowledge to create tourist leaflets to […]
Today we have been using atlases to locate allies and axis countries from WWII. We have also use longitude and latitude to locate some of their capital cities.
In Y6 we have been debating the question, ‘Is tourism on the coast a good thing?’. We have researched the impact of tourism on different places which helped us to […]
Today, Y5 located the continents around the globe before plotting historical space travel events on their world maps. We used Atlases to help us with our learning!
Today Y3F started to develop their map drawing skills by drawing our classroom from an aerial perspective. We carefully worked to our rubric specifications to create our maps.
This week in our geography lessons, Year 6 have been learning about coastal erosion. They have made their own animations to explain and show the process of erosion using the […]
We have been finding out about where our food comes from. This led to a discussion about how butter is made. Today, Y3K were given the challenge of making their […]
What a wonderful day at Robin Hood’s Bay! Our children who have not been able to go to Northumberland have enjoyed a day at the coast. As well as exploring […]
Y3 have been using the iPads and iMovie to showcase their understanding of urban and rural spaces around Rotherham. They showed excellent teamwork skills supporting each other navigating iMovie for […]
What a wonderful walk to Rotherham Minster to support our geography and history work, as well learning more about a Religious building. The children asked very interesting questions, all of […]
In Year 4 we have looked at where the plague started, its journey and how far it travelled across the world using maps. Take a look at our learning using […]
Today Y3 have been learning about symbols they could find on an a map. They then used this knowledge to create their own symbols they could use on a map […]
Our geography over the next weeks is focused on field work. We asked the children to use their observational skills on their daily walks and to look carefully in their […]
We discovered the process of coastal erosion and created an animation to show the process.
The Year 6 school bubble have been exploring the physical geographical features of Australia as part of our exploration topic. We looked at the diversity of the regions of Australia […]