Geography National Curriculum.At Teversham we follow the National Curriculum for Geography. Please follow the link below to find out more information.
Village Walk - Peregrine & Eagle - As part of our Topic 'Places Past and Present' we went on a Village Walk to learn more about our local area.
Each of the KS2 classes completed a trail through Teversham. This enabled us to draw maps of our local area.
Trip to Stibbington - Map reading and compass skills
STUNNING START PEREGRINE, EAGLE & HAWK CLASSES – IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD – NATURAL DISASTERS In groups, the children researched information about ‘Natural Disasters’, such as: Tornadoes, Volcanoes, Tsunamis, Hurricanes, Landslides, Floods, Earthquakes, Meteor Showers, Wildfires, Avalanches and Droughts. They used oil pastels to depict their disaster and the Internet to research and record information.
KS1 Fabulous Finish - Comparing Countries and animals - Worburn Safari Park
KS2 Marvellous Middle - A Trip to West Stow to learn how Anglo Saxons chose and built their settlements.
KS2 Stunning Start Tie-Dying - We learnt that land was used during Anglo-Saxon times to grow crops. These crops had many uses, including making natural dyes to colour clothing.
KS1 Stunning Start - A quiz on the four countries of the United Kingdom