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At Somerset Bridge Primary School, pupils will take part in Geography lessons that aim to inspire them to be curious and fascinated about the world around them, and the people living in it.  Their lessons will include:  finding out about places and explaining why they are like this; discovering where places are around the world using maps and atlases;  enjoy drawing maps and plans; and going out to collect data when taking part in Geography fieldwork.

Autumn Term 2017.

Year 5 and 6 went to Lydford Gorge to study river landforms and features at this beautiful location in Devon.   They went on a 3-mile circular walk to the White Lady Falls, where we had a picnic lunch.  On the way round, the children found out about how river features were formed and drew some annotated field sketches.

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Overview of Geography Lessons at Somerset Bridge Primary School.

Here are some examples of Geography work that has been carried out by pupils:
These are some maps that we drew of our school garden:
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And here is some of our work in our Geography workbooks.
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An important part of Geography is going out to do fieldwork; here is a picture of Year 6 looking at the impact of the building industry.
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