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Curriculum Planning
Curriculum planning
Quick recap new curriculum
Gap analysis
Sharing best practices
Curriculum planning approaches
Feedback and question time
National Curriculum
purpose of study.
A high quality geography education
Inspire a curiosity & fascination about the
world & its people to remain with pupils for
the rest of their lives.
Knowledge & understanding places and
the Earth’s key physical & human processes.
Interaction between physical & human
processes, and formation and change of
landscapes & environments.
Elements of the
Purpose of study
 Aims: location, context,
interdependence, data and fieldwork
 Assessment: no levels
Progression: locational
KS1. World’s continents & oceans, countries
and capitals of the UK & seas
KS2. World’s countries, Europe & N&S
America, UK’s counties, cities and features,
Latitude & Longitude, Equator, Tropics,
Arctic & Antarctic circles
KS3. World’s countries; Africa, South & East
Asia (China & India), Middle East & Russia
Progression: place
KS1. Small area of UK and contrasting in
KS2. UK region, EU region and region
within North or South America
KS3. African and Asian regions
Progression: Human and
physical geography
KS1. Season & weather(UK), hot & cold, N&S
Poles. Geographical vocabulary
KS2. PG: climate, biomes, rivers, mountains,
volcanoes, earthquakes, water cycles. HG:
settlement, land-use, economic and trade,
natural resources. Describe
KS3. PG: geological timescale, tectonics, rocks,
weathering, soils, weather and climate,
glaciation, hydrology, coasts. HG: population and
urbanisation, international development,
economic activity, use of resources. Processes
Gap Analysis
Task 1: Finding your gaps
Discuss what you have bought and its
effectiveness. Ask yourself: How interesting
are the topics? Is there any repetition? How
current is it? How and what skills are
Work through your own scheme and tick
which parts of the national curriculum are
covered using the tick sheet.
Discuss briefly if/how it fits into the new
Sharing best practice
Task 2: Filling in the gaps
Each person who has a topic covered
to suggest a new idea to enhance
their colleague's scheme of work/link
better to the new curriculum.
 Share any fieldwork opportunities,
especially places in your
Curriculum planning
Task 3: Closing the gap
Think about the topics your group have
been given. Record ideas on paper
clearly. Ask yourself:
Have you taught this topic before?
Which year group is it best suited to?
How would you tackle this topic?
Sketch out enquiry questions and learning objectives for the
topic (break down into learning objectives for 6 lessons if you
• Discuss fieldwork opportunities
• Discuss assessment opportunities
• Any other points to share e.g. case study ideas.
Curriculum planning task
Curriculum planning task
(Part two)
Curriculum planning
task (Part three)
Keep in touch and see
you after summer!
Bryony Collins [email protected]
Webpage for Rediscovering London’s
Geography Project