Geography at St David’s is a dynamic and exciting subject which allows children to develop geographical enquiry skills even from a young age. It gives children the opportunity to investigate animals, people and places and ask the ‘why?, what?, where?, when?’ questions.
Pupils are encouraged to rationalise and internalise information, make meaningful comparisons and to draw their own conclusions. It offers the opportunity for discussion and research whilst giving wide scope for different forms of writing.
Lessons are planned imaginatively to enthuse young, enquiring minds; to open their eyes to a wide, varied and ever-changing world. Together pupils at St David’s celebrate the diversity of land forms, biomes, animals and people.