School Blog: Geography

22nd July 2021

Our All Around the World Home Learning!

This half term in Geography Year 1 have been learning about continents and countries around the world. For our home learning project we were set…

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24th June 2021

Exploring the Rainforests!

Year 4 have had a fantastic few weeks exploring the rainforests. We have thought about where they can be found and what awesome animals and…

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24th May 2021

Mighty Rivers

Year 5 have been fascinated by rivers this half- term.  Firstly, we  learnt about the water cycle and the role of rivers in the…

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11th May 2021

The Journey Of A River!

This week in Year 5, we have had dedicated an entire day to all things water! We had a visit from Trisha from Waterwise…

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10th May 2021

UK Geography and Living Species

Year 6 came back after the Easter break in fine form! They have had a super start to their last term at Kingsleigh Primary School.

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19th March 2021

Dear Nelson

During the final week of home learning, year 2 looked at a letter Nelson wrote to his father while on his expedition of the arctic.

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2nd March 2021

Plastic Polluting OUR Planet!

Our topic this term is looking at our Plastic Planet and the effect it has on our ecosystems, wildlife and climate. We had a very…

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20th January 2021

Yo, Ho, Ho! Year 1 Pirates

Year 1 have continued to learn about pirates in this terms topic and have produced some more fantastic work in their second week of working…

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4th December 2020

Year 2 Staycation in the UK!

We have been hearing about all the lovely Summer holidays the children enjoyed in the UK.  They have also begun learning about all their beautiful…

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16th July 2020

Year 2’s Habitat Fun

This week, the Year 2 children have been doing research on habitats. They discovered that a habitat is a place where an animal or plant lives.

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1st July 2020

Year 2’s African Craft 🎨

This week, Year 2 have been busy getting crafty! As part of our ‘Africa’ topic, one of the challenges we set was to…

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