At St John’s Primary School we are striving to be worldwide citizens, global explorers, and eco warriors. Geographical thinking is concerned with relating the past, present and future; the near and the far; the physical and human; people and environments and economic and social. Insights into these aspects play out differently from place to place and geography is really important in helping pupils make sense of the world around them: It is about enquiring, making links and experiencing. When children explore a wide range of geographical concepts and cultures, they develop an ethos of respect and inclusion. Through fieldwork and active citizenship, children become equipped with life skills; embracing technology and real world examples, providing opportunities for discussion and debate around current issues and promoting a life-long love of learning.