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How sustainable is the primary sector of the UK economy?

 

National Curriculum:

Describe and understand key aspects of human geography, including:  land use, economic and the distribution of natural resources including energy, food, minerals and water.

 

The children will learn:

What is the Economy and what sectors is it divided into? (Physical and human process and Interdependences)

To know the main sectors of the UK economy and their meaning, Primary sector, extracts and uses the natural resources of the Earth; Secondary sector, manufactures goods using the raw materials provided by the primary sector; Tertiary sector, provides services to consumers and other sectors of industries.

 

How sustainable is agriculture in the UK ?(Physical and human process and Interdependences, environmental interaction and sustainable development)

To know that agriculture is faming and the methods use to raise and look after crops and animals.

To know that farming is one of the UKs major industries

To know that there are different types of farming and that this depends on the weather and the lands topography

 

How sustainable is agriculture in the UK (Physical and human process and Interdependences, environmental interaction and sustainable development)

To know that agriculture is faming and the methods use to raise and look after crops and animals.

To know that farming is one of the Uk’s major industries

To know that there are different types of farming and that this depends on the weather and the lands topography

 

How sustainable is agriculture in the UK (Physical and human process and Interdependences, environmental interaction and sustainable development)

To know that agriculture is faming and the methods use to raise and look after crops and animals.

To know that farming is one of the Uk’s major industries

To know that there are different types of farming and that this depends on the weather and the lands topography

 

Key Vocabulary:

Import, export, sustainable, non renewable and renewable, topography, sector, primary, secondary, tertiary , distribution, agriculture, energy, mega farm, percentage, pie chart

 

 

Curriculum Drivers covered within this unit of work:

ENVIRONMENT

 

  • To develop respect for the world we live in and to consider the contributions that we make towards protecting it for future generations.
  • To be aware of environmental problems and to use resources wisely.

 

SPRITUALITY

To be aware of something ‘bigger’ outside of ourselves and take opportunities to reflect.

 

 

 

 

 

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