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Statement of Intent

 

For our pupils to know, understand and remember what happened in the past within our local area, our country and the wider world. To enable them to acquire skills in history that they can use in other areas of school and life. For our pupils to understand how the events of the past deeply affect the past and the future.

History Lead:

Miss Renaldi

 

History fires pupils’ curiosity in Britain and the wider world. Through our thematic approach, pupils consider how the past influences the present, what past societies were like, and what beliefs and cultures influenced people’s actions.  As they do this, pupils develop a chronological framework for their knowledge of significant events and people. Artefacts, visitors and visits to places of interest enrich this learning and enthuse the children. What they learn can influence their decisions about personal choices, attitudes and values.
 
In history, pupils find evidence, weigh it up and reach their own conclusions. To do this they need to be able to research, sift through evidence, and argue their point of view- skills that are prized in adult life. Children learn to select and organise relevant information and present it in a variety of ways including art, drama and ICT as well as in writing.

The children enjoy learning from expert visitors. This often gives them the opportunity to dress up and explore objects from the past.

The children enjoy learning from expert visitors. This often gives them the opportunity to dress up and explore objects from the past. 1
The children enjoy learning from expert visitors. This often gives them the opportunity to dress up and explore objects from the past. 2

Developing a sense of chronology

Developing a sense of chronology 1
Making a stacked timeline to compare ancient civilisations.
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