Geography: Mixed-age Year 5/6
UKS2 Geography lessons tailored to the requirements of a mixed-age setting.
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Year 5/6 Cycle A
Considering the climate of mountain ranges and why people choose to visit the Alps; focusing on Innsbruck and looking at the human and physical features that attract tourists; investigating tourism in the local area and mapping recreational land use; presenting findings to compare the Alps to the children’s own locality.
Exploring hot desert biomes and learning about the physical features of a desert and how humans interact with this environment.
Learning about renewable and non-renewable energy sources, where they come from and their impact on society, the economy and the environment.
Year 5/6 Cycle B
Investigating why certain parts of the world are more populated than others; exploring birth and death rates; discussing social, economic and environmental push and pull factors; learning about the population in Britain and its impacts.
Exploring the importance of our oceans and how they have changed over time with a focus on the Great Barrier Reef, specifically addressing climate change and pollution.
Observing, measuring, recording and presenting their own fieldwork study of the local area.