Our history curriculum brings pupils into a rich dialogue with the past and teaches them how it has shaped their lives as they know it. We develop pupil’s understanding of chronology and secure their mental timeline to support with learning substantive and disciplinary knowledge. We are determined that our pupils have ‘fingertip knowledge’ which is meaningful due to repeated encounters with our key concepts of agriculture, trade, government and religion, which are explored in each historical unit of work. The use of enquiry questions shape pupil’s learning and enable good depth and breadth to pupils’ studies.
Curriculum Overview Examples
Reading in History
Find out more information about our curriculum by speaking with year group staff or by emailing email@example.com