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Place Knowledge

Year 5 explored reasons why some places in the USA have high population density and why some places have a low population density.  We annotated our maps of the US to show the top 10 and bottom 10 states by population density.

Year 5 have been exploring different photos of North America to look for clues about what the continent is like.  We discovered that North America is a vast continent with a variety of different urban as well as rural areas.  We noticed that there were different climates and biomes across different parts of the continent.   

Beech class have been researching a European capital city of their choice and then have produced non-chronological reports about them.

Beech class celebrated International Day by finding out more about the country of India.  We learned to count to ten in Hindi, created some Rangoli patterns, watched some Indian dancing and listened to Indian music as well as working in groups to carry out a Geography atlas treasure hunt to help us discover more about this fascinating country.  Miss Jordan very kindly shared with us lots of her travel pictures from when she visited India.

Although we are not currently in school, our remote learning in UKS2 has helped us to keep learning about places and an opportunity to develop our geographical skills.  Our English text, 'King of the Sky' was about a boy who comes from Rome to live in the UK.  We researched about the city of Rome and wrote non-chronological reports about what it is like there.
LKS2 began their Lake District topic by working in groups to explore different photos from the region.  We looked closely at the photos for clues that would tell us more about the region.  We came up with some super what, where, when, why and how questions that we had about the photographs.  We are looking forward to learning more all about the Geography of this fascinating place.

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