Geography KS1 and KS2: Your World

Focusing on geographic themes such as size, climate and terrain, this series compares the experiences of children living in the UK to contrasting places around the world.

These clips are taken from the original series, Your World.

Suitable for: KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales, Early and 1st and 2nd level in Scotland and Foundation and KS1 in Northern Ireland.

This series includes:

  • What it’s like living in hilly cities using the examples of Edinburgh in Scotland and Addis Ababa in Ethiopia.

  • A closer look at living in opposite climates, North of England and North Australia.

  • Comparing two children's lives in Birmingham, UK and Johannesburg, South Africa.

  • The experience of living next to rivers in Belfast, Northern Ireland and Pune in India.

  • Living in remote places such as The Shetlands and Iqaluit.

  • Comparing two children's lives in busy capital cities, London and Tokyo.

  • The contrast in the coastal capitals of Cardiff and Port Moresby.

Geography KS1 / KS2: Living in opposite climates - North of England and North Australia
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Geography KS1 / KS2: Two children's lives in bustling capitals London and Tokyo
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Geography KS1 / KS2: Two children’s lives in Cardiff and Port Moresby
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Geography KS1 / KS2: Living next to rivers - Belfast and Pune, India
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Geography KS1 / KS2: Two children's lives in Birmingham and Johannesburg
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Geography KS1 / KS2: Two children's lives in Edinburgh, Scotland and Addis Ababa in Ethiopia
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Geography KS1 / KS2: Living in remote places - The Shetlands and Iqaluit
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