At Leyland Methodist Schools, we believe that the teaching and learning of Geography should shape the future of our generation.
We want children to develop a sense of awe and wonder about the world around them, the diversity of places and people, and at how the natural and physical world effect each other. Our Geography curriculum aims to build confidence in exploration, spark curiosity and desire to know more about the world and develop an appreciation for our environment. We intend to nurture children's love for the world in which they live and we aim to develop the skills and knowledge they need to understand what they see in their own locality and beyond.
Children will acquire a rich knowledge of the natural and human world around them, through the exploration of volcanoes and earthquakes to extreme weather; the seas and oceans to water cycles; their local area to Andalucia and Mexico. They will make connections and comparisons as they journey through our curriculum and will bring together their knowledge to discover how our world connects us all.
A few members of our Eco-Council were kindly invited to the grand opening of our local park - we really enjoyed celebrating this lovely new addition to our community that some wonderful people have worked really hard for!
School Council would like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who supported our wonderful 'All We Can' charity, helping to send aid and support to those who truly need it!
Within God’s love for everyone, Our school family is committed to serve by:
- celebrating everyone’s unique God-given talents;
- giving the best of ourselves for all the world;
- doing all the good we can together.