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Around Sam's School - Parts Of A School

This quiz addresses part of the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2 in Geography. Specifically it looks at the different parts of, and rooms in and around, a school. It is one of 50 quizzes to help you understand the world around you.

In geography at school you find out about different places. One place you know a lot about is your school, or the school near where you live. Do you know the different parts there are in and around a school? Do you know all of the rooms? Can you find your way about inside a school and around the playground? This quiz is all about the different rooms and parts of Sam’s school.

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Can you help Sam find his way about?

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  1. The bell has gone. It’s breaktime. If it is fine, Sam goes outside into the:
    What games do you play at breaktime?
  2. On Wednesday mornings Sam’s class does P.E. Where do they do it?
    Where do you do P.E.?
  3. Where does Sam have his lessons?
    How many classrooms has your school?
  4. Sam’s school is quite big. School lunches are prepared in a _______.
    What do you like to eat at lunchtime?
  5. Sam has to hand in a letter to the school secretary. Where does Sam need to go?
    How many people work in the office at your school?
  6. Sam’s school has a room with lockers. It also has hooks on the wall. Sam hangs his coat on one of the hooks. Which room is this?
    Where do you hang your coat?
  7. Sam wants to find out about history. His teacher says he should read a book about the Normans. So Sam goes to the _______ to find the book.
    Does your school have a library? What sort of books are in the library?
  8. On Thursday mornings all the school has an assembly. This is held in the:
    When do you have assemblies?
  9. Sam has his lunch at school. He eats his lunch in a special room. It is called a:
    Where do you eat your lunch?
  10. Easy one!

    Lots of cars come to Sam’s school. Teachers come to work in cars. Parents come in cars to pick up their children from school. Where are the cars parked?
    Sometimes the car-park is not big enough and cars have to park in the street

Author: David Bland

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