The children in Year 3 took part in a brilliant Stone Age to Iron Age day with Mr Clud
Here are some super pieces of Roman homework produced by Year 4
The National Curriculum Programmes of Study for History have been combined into our creative curriculum plans. Teachers endeavour to match the level and difficulty of work to the ability and attainment of the child, recognising the importance of continuity and progression in these subjects.
We view History not only as simple facts and dates but encourage pupils to become detectives who explore the past in an exciting way. History is taught mainly through a topic based approach and gives pupils a chance to explore a wide range of sources from which the past may come alive.
History allows our children to compare and contrast, to examine how and why things have changed, to learn about historical characters and expand their research skills. We teach children to be open minded and enquiring thinkers who understand cause and effect. We want them to understand how people have lived in the past and compare this to modern life.
We encourage first hand experiences through handling real artefacts and wherever possible arranging field work visits to relevant sites of historical interest in the region or bringing in specialists for in-school workshops.
The children in Year 5 have created super pieces of Viking homework.