This page will be used to share our latest Geography news and updates from sessions after school. We will also use this area to promote whole school activities which we hope you will all enjoy taking part in....watch this space for further details!
Each fortnight during term time we will be releasing a newsletter with geographical news from across the world and activities included to test your knowledge. Please use the links below to access our latest newsletters, we hope you enjoy reading them!
The Geography team delivered an important message during their recent liturgy, all about COP28. They discussed the importance of reducing global warming and how we can all use our voice to help in the fight against climate change right now!
CLICK HERE to view our COP28 presentation
Champions of Antarctica
This group is led by our Geography Club who already know a lot about this topic and who will be sharing their facts with you via this page. During our sessions each week we will be learning about different topics and completing activities around them.
The 2041 foundation is a group led by Robert Swan. This group is on a very important Mission to save Antarctica! The government are trying to make a big decision about what to do with Antarctica. They can either destroy it to build energy sources on it or keep it the way it is, which is what we want! In champions of the world club, we are going to learn about champions of Antarctica and what it is. Emily and Arianna have created some presentations below on behalf of our Geography Club which we hope you find informative.
CLICK HERE to view Arianna's presentation on Antarctica and The 2041 Foundation
CLICK HERE to view Emily's presentation on Antarctica and The 2041 Foundation
CLICK HERE to view Ethan's presentation on Antarctica and The 2041 Foundation
CLICK HERE to view Maya's presentation on Antarctica and The 2041 Foundation
CLICK HERE to view Nina's presentation on Antarctica and The 2041 Foundation
CLICK HERE to view Sienna's presentation on Antarctica and The 2041 Foundation
Taking place on 22nd April every year, Earth Day is a worldwide movement that offers a fantastic opportunity to get us all thinking about our carbon footprint both in and outside of the classroom. This year’s theme is ‘Invest in our Planet’. To mark the event, we wrote our pledges to the earth and will be doing a litter pick in the playground and local area. Pope Francis reminds us that ‘St Francis of Assisi invites us to see nature as a magnificent book bin which God speaks to us and grants us a glimpse of his infinite beauty and goodness.’