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    • Geography atIngleby Mill Primary School PGQM APPLICATION MAY 2011
    • PGQMSupporting Information / Evidence
    • This is our school
    • Map work in school 1a Achievement is high and pupils make good progress when considered in relation to age, ability and prior experience• Mapping skills are a very important element• Y1 of geography. From Reception, when children work on large scale imaginary route to London to meet the Queen as part ofReception ‘Geography Week’ toHard at work! plans of the route from school to the local park. Children detailed the things they saw or imagined they would see en route.
    • Map work cont. 1a Achievement is high and pupils make good progress when considered in relation to age, ability and prior experience This is a map made by Y4 children after a walk in the local area. The children confident users of the internet and are able to locate maps using a range of IT programs. These are Y3’s locating maps to use as part of a power point presentation.
    • Y1’s trip to the local playground and Y3’s trip to Yarm 1c: Fieldwork, active enquiry learning and the use of ICT has a clear impact on the way children learn geographyThe children have enjoyedexploring their own locality andthe nearby historic town ofYarm.
    • Carlton field trip Y5 1c: Fieldwork, active enquiry learning and the use of ICT has a clear impact on the way children learn geography The Y5 children visited a small village in the North Yorkshire Moors as their contrasting locality. They compared physical and human features with Ingleby Barwick and looked at the reasons why it was built where it is – they discovered a link to local history and alum mining. They also plotted their route to Carlton before the trip.
    • Carlton field trip Y5 1c: Fieldwork, active enquiry learning and the use of ICT has a clear impact on the way children learn geographyThe children wrote about what theyexpected to find at Carlton and theroute they followed to get there.
    • This is a Power Point made by a Y5 pupil after the field trip to Carlton 1c: Fieldwork, active enquiry learning and the use of ICT has a clear impact on the way children learn geography This Power Point Carlton-in- needs to be viewed outside of Cleveland. this slideshow - in normal view. (Please double click this slide.)
    • Local Environment / Windmill Park 1d: Geography is seen as a key subject to engage creative and critical thinking about ‘people and places’, local and global changes and possible futures. The School Council and children across all year groups have been involved in the design of a new playground which will be situated close to the school. Children in the School Council are here seen discussing the project with the project engineer from Stockton Borough Council. Artist Gilmar Ribeiro is seen working with the children on their designs for the local park. Construction is now underway and the children will be able to see their plans take shape with benefit for all of the local children in the community.
    • Eco - Project – ‘Growing Spaces’1d: Geography is seen as a key subject to engage creative and critical thinking about ‘people and places’, local and global changes and possible futures.The children have worked hard to improve their awareness of ecological concerns and have worked together to improve our school grounds.
    • Eco – Awareness / CO2 Reduction work at school 1d: Geography is seen as a key subject to engage creative and critical thinking about ‘people and places’, local and global changes and possible futures. The school has provided the children with many opportunities to engage in eco-friendly activities which encourage an awareness of their locality and the need to develop more sustainable methods of travelling to and from school. The school is a ‘WOW’ school and a ‘Bike It’ School and recently took part in the national ‘Big Pedal’ event to encourage children to cycle to school.
    • Links with China 2010 -11 1d: Geography is seen as a key subject to engage creative and critical thinking about ‘people and places’, local and global changes and possible futures. During the past academic year the school has developed links with a school in Baoding Province. The Head teacher and two of our staff have visited the school and there are already good links developing between our school and this very large school just outside of Beijing. The opportunities for our children to get involved and to learn more about China have clearly been increased and we have had a China focus across all year groups this year.
    • Y5 and Y6 ‘China Day’Children had the opportunity to learn about different aspects of life in China.1d: Geography is seen as a key subject to engage creative and critical thinking about ‘people and places’, local and global changes and possible futures.
    • Orienteering1e Core geographical knowledge underpins children’s learning about the world As part of ‘Geography Week’ all children had the opportunity to ‘have a go’ at orienteering. The younger children used plans detailing a route to follow using coloured cones, and the older children used detailed surveyed maps of the playground to locate different points. Great fun was had by all!
    • Finding Barnaby Bear 1e Core geographical knowledge underpins children’s learning about the worldAs part of their mapwork the children inYear 1 were given thechallenge to findBarnaby Bear whowas hidden around theschool. They not onlyhad to locate him buthad to show hisposition on a basicmap of the school.
    • Africa Week This Some people think Power Point africa Africa is a place were people are very poor, needs to beSome of the African animals but some parts of viewedare: lions ,tigers, elephants Africa are not poor.,gorillas and crocodiles. outside of this slideshow - in normal view. African music (Please is very good!!! double click this slide.) 1e Core geographical knowledge underpins children’s learning about the world Because of our strong links with Ghana we have a bi-annual ‘African Week’ event. The children learn about the geography of Africa and explore their art, music and culture.
    • Where in the world does Willy Wonka get his Chocolate from? 1e Core geographical knowledge underpins children’s learning about the world Y2 covered their geography through literacy using ‘Charlie and the chocolate factory’.
    • The World Feast Game Y61e Core geographical knowledge underpins children’s learning about the world This is an account of the ‘World Feast Game’ written by a student who discovered that it was more difficult to ‘balance the books’ than was originally thought!
    • Y6 at BLACKTON GRANGE 2010 This educational visit gives our children the chance to explore a range of locations and environments……….and get wet occasionally!1f: Geography supports other curriculum areas, contributes to the enjoyment and achievement of learners and to the whole school initiatives
    • Displays around the schoolThe children’s geography work is always welldisplayed, informative and enjoyed by others.
    • What our pupils said about Geography at IMPS Fun and Good when we use I loved maps and get the learning Exciting ! chance to leave about where school! chocolate came from!I lovefinding outfacts and I enjoyed themaking We love ‘World FeastPower finding out Game. It wasn’tPoints! as easy as I about thought it would Barnaby African be! Bear week was great fun!