Demonstrating greater fluency with world knowledge by drawing on increasing breadth and depth of content and contexts. Extending from the familiar and concrete to the unfamiliar and abstract. Making greater sense of the world by organising and connecting information and ideas about people, places, processes and environments. Working with more complex information about the world, including the relevance of people’s attitudes, values and beliefs. Increasing the range and accuracy of investigative skills, and advancing their ability to select and apply these with increasing independence to geographical enquiry.