Geography underpins a lifelong “conversation” about the earth as the home of humankind.’

Geography Association


We believe it is important for children to enjoy geography - to have a good knowledge of where they live and of the world around them; locational, human and physical features of both. To leave school with a curiosity about the world and its citizens.


We teach Geography using as much of our local and wider area as we can. We teach via themes such as Our local area, Rivers and Mountains or Rainforests. These themes are taught for an hour's lesson per week at least one term per year.

From their study of geography at Snape, children will acquire a life-long knowledge and understanding of places (near and far), people and processes. They will know that: