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‘Encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.’ 1 Thessalonians 5:11


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History unit provide children with opportunities to:

  • Consider the impact on us now and make comparisons
  • Explore a range of sources
  • Enrichment through trips/visitors and artefacts
  • Ask questions and be able to find their own answers
  • Apply what has been learnt to other contexts
  • Build up a picture of the past so that by the end of the unit they are able to present their ideas in some way

History statement of intent

As historians, pupils will demonstrate a chronological understanding of British History and its place within global history; developing an understanding of the significance of how the past affects us and use this to influence the future.

Through the use of three substantive concepts power, trade and society pupils will be able to discuss different periods of time, considering the differences and similarities between historical periods.

Through the development of critical thinking skills be able to interpret historical evidence considering the accuracy of different sources, selecting and organizing historical information about different aspects of periods studied.

Strong links with literacy; the wider curriculum and enrichment opportunities enable pupils to become absorbed within historical periods.

History curriculum documents

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