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Geography

'Learning, Exploring, Enquiring, Questioning, Understanding'

 

At Bromet Primary School we provide a broad and balanced curriculum which stimulates the children’s interests and understanding about developing understanding of geography. We teach children to deepen their understanding the importance of developing geographical skills and how this can deepen their understanding of the world. We aim to develop an education that supports the pupils to develop coherent understanding of geography.

 

Our intention is to provide quality teaching and learning of Geography. We aim to enable learners to gain knowledge and understanding of places in the world. This increases children’s knowledge of other cultures and, in so doing teaching respect and understanding of what it means to be a positive citizen in a multi-cultural society. To allow pupils  to learn graphic skills, including how to use draw and interpret maps. Enable learners to know and understand environmental problems at a local, regional and global level through themed days and projects. To encourage in children a commitment to sustainable development and an appreciation of what ‘global citizenship’ means. To develop a variety of other skills, including those of enquiry and problem solving.

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Earth Day 2019

Protect Our Species

The Facts: Declining and Endangered Species

  • Land-dwelling wildlife species have declined by 40% since 1970.
  • Marine animal populations have fallen by 40% overall.
  • Birds populations have been reduced by about 20-25%.
  • Freshwater animal populations have plummeted by 75% since 1970.
  • Insect populations have also declined dramatically.
  • In Germany alone, insects have declined by 75% in the last 30 years.
  • Almost fifty percent of the world’s coral reefs have died in the last 30 years.
Reference: www.earthday.org
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