It is no coincidence that our website’s home page is dominated by images of our school grounds; at Wigton Infant School we are passionate about outdoor learning.
Our Vision Statement
At Wigton Infant School we aim to teach Geography creatively. Teaching targets specific geographical skills and concepts which are embedded in cross-curricular lessons with meaningful contexts. Pupils learn in a variety of exciting, active and engaging ways. Through an enquiry based
The School Grounds
We have brilliant school grounds with lots of interesting things to look at and different areas to explore. The teachers often plan lessons in the school grounds such as orienteering, sound and number trails and map making. If you would like to take part in/help out with our outdoor curriculum then speak to your child’s class teacher and they will be happy to arrange a day and time.
This is Barnaby the travelling bear, he loves to accompany people on trips and holidays. The staff and pupils at Wigton Infant School use him to share their travel experiences. You can read his diary to find out where in the world he has been. If you are going away and would like to take Barnaby then see Miss Parry
Teachers plan trips to support their class topics and children regularly take part in off-site activities.
Fieldwork/Trips Autumn Term
Reading a map to navigate around Wigton.
If you have any questions about our geography curriculum then please contact Miss Parry.
We have been awarded the Geography quality mark. To find out more about this click here.