geographyThe teaching of History and Geography at St Luke’s is theme based and is usually taught on a cross curricular basis to maximise creativity.

Learning in Humanities begins with deepening children’s understanding of themselves, the world around them, their communities and eventually the wider world. Their lives will be enriched if their curiosity is encouraged by talking, exploring and thinking. This area of learning engages children in investigating the world and their place in it.

Geographical work involves the children in investigations based on the local environment from which they can begin to understand and compare other areas of the country and parts of the world. They are taught to make and interpret maps and to begin to develop an understanding of the relationships between people and their physical environment.


Humanities policy

Long term curriculum overview:


Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural Education:

Geography with SMSC