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GEOGRAPHY

 

Core Geography Knowledge Progression (Cycle One) - Key Stage One & Key Stage Two

 

 

        Year One

  • To know that an aerial view means to look at something from above.
  • To understand that maps tell us the location of different places.
  • To describe location.
  • To understand that compass points can be used to show direction.
  • To understand what makes a good map.

 

 

       Year Two

  • To know what is located on the site of my school.
  •  To know maps show us information about a location.
  •  To recognise and locate physical and human features of the local area.
  • To use a map to plan a route. To identify locations on a globe or world map.

 

 

       Year Three

  • To know what a compass is and why they are important
  • To know that symbols give us information about locations on a map.
  • To know grid references help us to locate places on a map.
  • To identify physical similarities and differences between two places.
  •  To identify similarities and differences in human features of two places.

 

 

       Year Four

  • To know what a compass is and why they are important
  • To know that symbols give us information about locations on a map.
  • To know grid references help us to locate places on a map.
  • To identify physical similarities and differences between two places.
  • To identify similarities and differences in human features of two places.

 

 

      Year Five

  • To understand that map makers draw imaginary lines to divide the world into sections.
  • To know about the Eastern and Western hemispheres.
  • To use coordinates to locate places on a map. To know how scale is used on a map.
  •  To know that a relief map shows heights on the map.

 

 

       Year Six

  • To understand that map makers draw imaginary lines to divide the world into sections.
  • To know about the Eastern and Western hemispheres.
  • To use coordinates to locate places on a map. To know how scale is used on a map.
  • To know that a relief map shows heights on the map.

 

 

Core Geography Knowledge Progression (Cycle Two) - Key Stage One & Key Stage Two

 

 

        Year One

  • To know that an aerial view means to look at something from above.
  • To understand that maps tell us the location of different places.
  • To describe location.
  • To understand that compass points can be used to show direction.
  • To understand what makes a good map.

 

 

       Year Two

  • To know what is located on the site of my school.
  •  To know maps show us information about a location.
  •  To recognise and locate physical and human features of the local area.
  • To use a map to plan a route. To identify locations on a globe or world map.

 

 

       Year Three

  • To recognise geographical tools on a globe.
  • To know that scale tells us the distance between places on a map.
  • To use grid references to describe location on a map.
  • To recognise key features of the local area.
  •  To know how our local area has changed over time.

 

 

       Year Four

  • To recognise geographical tools on a globe.
  • To know that scale tells us the distance between places on a map.
  • To use grid references to describe location on a map.
  • To recognise key features of the local area.
  • To know how our local area has changed over time.

 

 

      Year Five

  • Lines of longitude and latitude divide the world into sections.
  •  Lines of latitude tell us about the climate of regions, the further from the equator the colder the climate.
  • The world is divided into 24 hourly time zones.
  • Map projection is a method that involves representing our round Earth on a flat piece of paper.
  •  Maps can help us to understand data about places, people and the environment.

 

 

       Year Six

  • Lines of longitude and latitude divide the world into sections.
  •  Lines of latitude tell us about the climate of regions, the further from the equator the colder the climate.
  • The world is divided into 24 hourly time zones.
  • Map projection is a method that involves representing our round Earth on a flat piece of paper.

 Maps can help us to understand data about places, people and the environment.

 

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