Geography Workshops for Key Stage 2 (KS2)

Our Geography drama workshops for Key Stage Two (KS2) are a great way to cultivate your children's curiosity in our planet.

One of our specialist facilitators will lead the children on a thought-provoking adventure, using drama activities to further understanding about the world around us.

We embed locational knowledge, place knowledge, human and physical geography, and geographical skills and fieldwork across our KS1 Geography workshops to support the primary curriculum.

  • An Indian Village
    • Greater London & Essex

    Immersing themselves in Chembakolli village life, your children will take part in chores and pastimes, before debating important issues facing the community. 

    "I trusted Freshwater to deliver a useful session and I wasn't disappointed! There were a range of activities that kept all the children engaged and it fed well into the work that we had been doing." 

    Fiona Lucas, Limes Farm Infant School, Chigwell

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  • Environment Alert!
    • Greater London & Essex
    • Greater Manchester

    Through voicing their concerns at the ‘Earth Summit’, your children will engage with environmental issues and be empowered to think about what action they can take. 

    "It was an excellent introduction to a wide topic, clearly explained."

    Jane Woolley, Durston House, Ealing

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  • Rivers and Water
    • Greater London & Essex
    • West Midlands & South West
    • Greater Manchester

    As your class becomes the cast and crew of the TV show Riverwatch, they must use their knowledge to create the water cycle, debate important water issues and take an exciting journey down the river Thames. 

    "An excellent workshop that was interactive, funny and engaging for the children. We loved it!"

    Katya Dearing, Whitefield Community Primary School, Manchester

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  • St Lucia: An Overseas Locality
    • Greater London & Essex

    Join our knowledgeable guide on a sightseeing tour of St Lucia, visiting the Pitons, venturing through the rainforest and even taking part in the local carnival!

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  • Let's Locate! The UK
    • Greater London & Essex
    • West Midlands & South West
    • Greater Manchester

    Led by the Earth Explorer, the children will go on an expedition, using their map to explore the countries, counties and capital cities that make up the UK.

    "[The facilitator] was hugely enthusiastic and responded incredibly to the children."

    Alice Wood, Bassett House School, London

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  • Let's Locate! Continents
    • Greater London & Essex
    • West Midlands & South West
    • Greater Manchester

    Children will venture across the seven continents with the Earth Explorer, whilst focusing on three in particular, namely Europe, North America, and South America.

    "[The facilitator] was very knowledgeable and pupils got a balance of learning about countries and active participation through drama."

    Lucy Wells, Chadwell Primary School, Romford

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  • Let's Locate! Geographical Features
    • Greater London & Essex
    • West Midlands & South West
    • Greater Manchester

    Discover how plants and animals have adapted to life in different conditions, as your pupils explore climate zones, hemispheres and biomes across the globe. 

    "A fun, interactive way to learn about oceans and land masses. Covered lots of objectives quickly and imaginatively.

    Jacqueline Higgins, Focus School, Carshalton

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  • Weather and Seasons
    • Greater London & Essex
    • West Midlands & South West
    • Greater Manchester

    From the blistering heat of the Sahara desert to the bitter chill of Antarctica, your class will experience a range of climates, categorise weather patterns and simulate seasons on the Earth Explorer’s latest transatlantic trek. 

    "The children were highly engaged and enjoyed the physical aspect to the learning."

    Martin Barker, Hayes Park Primary School, Hayes

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  • Volcanoes and Earthquakes
    • Greater London & Essex
    • West Midlands & South West
    • Greater Manchester

    Adventure with the Earth Explorer to some of the world’s most dangerous places as your pupils visit the sites of natural disasters, exploring the stages of a volcano and the causes and effects of an earthquake. 

    "Excellent fun way to consolidate our learning and some new learning too. Can't believe you manage to fit so much in. Thanks for another great session."

    Janet Jesson, Broadway Primary School, Rossendale

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