Year 1 have been very busy this term being amazing geographers. It all started when Miss Russell went to London and found a lost bag at the train station. After a little help from the Year 1 children, she found out that the bag belonged 
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Today Years 4 and 5 visited the Knapp and Papermill Nature Reserve to take part in some geography fieldwork. During the day the children investigated the erosion and deposition of the streams, and profiled the stream by measuring the speed of the current and the 
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The children in Year 4 have been learning about rivers in their Geography lessons. As part of this learning they took part in a fieldwork visit to the River Avon, where they applied the map skills they had been learning about in previous lessons, to 
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Year 3 had a very exciting cross-curricular unit on Volcanoes last term. As well as learning about how volcanoes are formed and where in the world they can be found, the children used their Geography topic to inspire their learning in Computing, Art and Science 
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In Geography, Year 3 used playdoh to demonstrate the different layers of the earth. They each started off with a small ball representing the inner core. A new layer was then added for the outer core, the mantle and the crust. Finally, they cut them 
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Last week Year 2 had a visit from Wild Science for an animal encounter. The visit was an enrichment activity to support and extend the children’s learning in both science (Animals, including us) and Geography (Africa). The children really enjoyed the visit and leant lots. 
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On Thursday Year 6 had the opportunity to reinforce and develop their science/geography learning about Biomes during their outdoor learning session. They recapped on what they had already learnt in their lessons, talked about different types of biome (and which of them are found in 
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As part of this half term’s topic, ‘Coasts’, Year 4 have been learning about coastal features and how they are formed. They put their understanding to the test this week by creating plastercine models of bays, arches and stacks and explaining how these features are 
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Year 2 prepared a fantastic exhibition of all their Africa topic learning at the end of last half term. They were really exited to show visitors round and explain the exhibits, as well as entertaining everyone with their African songs and drumming. Thank you Year 
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As part of their geography local study of Pershore, Mr Hawtree’s class visited the town centre. They used OS maps, looking at the signs and symbols on them, and matched them to human and physical features in the town. They spent some time interviewing members 
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