Geography resources for primary schools
Use video to captivate students in your primary Geography lessons.
ClickView has hundreds of Geography videos perfect for young learners. Use video to deepen your students’ perspective on issues such as the environment and global connections.
Free Summer Term primary Geography videos for deeper understanding
High-quality videos can help engage students in learning and deepen understanding. By incorporating interactive videos into your teaching practice to promote oracy, you can gather information about your students’ understanding. Video can also be a powerful tool for reinforcing topic information. Our most popular Geography videos are available free to watch below, for a limited time.
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Browse a huge range of curriculum-aligned primary Geography resources
With full ClickView access, you can view all Geography videos in the collection and download the educational resource pack for any video. Our resources, created by subject experts to align with the National Curriculum and Curriculum for Excellence, include various classroom activities to support teaching and learning.
Deepen your students’ perspective
You can use video in your primary Geography lessons to deepen your students’ perspective on issues such as the environment and global connections. Search the library for high-quality educational content suitable for KS1 and KS2 students. Films, curated Freeview TV content and ClickView produced series can all help engage students in topics like mapping and weather.
Data for planning
Interactive videos can be a valuable revision tool to support formative assessment in your primary Geography lessons. Add various question layers to gather valuable student data instantly and help you plan for targeted learning and teaching.
Classified for you
We’ve done the hard work for you, carefully reviewing and classifying all ClickView video content to make sure it’s classroom-ready. You can be confident there are no ads or inappropriate content included. Our in-house produced Miniclips series is designed especially with primary students in mind, and includes topics like Climate Zones of the World and Think Twice About Waste.
For differentiated learning
You can create playlists to support differentiated learning for students of varying abilities. Playlists are a useful strategy to help with foundational reinforcement or topic extension within your class. ClickView has a full range of teaching strategies resources to inspire you in the KS1 or KS2 classroom.
Video that explores the world around us
You can use the interactive question layer for formative assessment or tracking student progress through a particular unit. For topics from Mapping Skills to Weather and Season, interactives are a valuable revision tool to help with planning targeted teaching. Create an interactive video for your primary classroom by adding a layer of questions to any Geography-themed video in the collection. Learn more about interactive videos
Geography resources for primary schools
Explore a range of teaching strategies for your primary Geography lessons. Develop guided playlists with your teaching team to help support differentiated learning and encourage self-directed study both within and beyond the classroom. Create extension tasks for those who need them or add extra video content for students who require foundational reinforcement. Explore teaching strategies for your classroom
Geography resources for primary teachers
Our ever-evolving collection gives you immediate access to the latest high-quality content when you need it. Hook your students from the first moment of a lesson, with a carefully chosen Miniclip. Video can be a great way to introduce a new topic, reinforce a concept or capture students’ attention. Explore our teaching strategies resources then browse Geography Miniclips, such as Think Twice About Waste, Connections Between People and Places, and Climate Zones of the World. Explore our Miniclips collection
Engage contemporary Geography learners
It is possible to have highly engaged learners in the primary classroom. Our ever-evolving collection keeps Geography topics fresh for a digital generation of students. Through watching a series like Growing up in Brazil, students get an insight into various cultures. Explore Curriculum Karaoke, incorporating interactive singing to help teach young children about places at school or the seasons. Video content is a key component of any multiple exposures lesson sequence. Discover the complete ClickView collection