“All teachers teach History to those who will make History”
In St Anne’s, we shape our curriculum to ensure it is fully inclusive to every child. We strive to INSPIRE all children by immersing them into the history of Britain and how it has influenced and has been influenced by the wider world.
We implement this through the progressive curriculum that is supported by the Rising Stars Voyagers scheme of work. This allows us to fulfil the requirements of the National Curriculum for History; providing a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum that encompasses the British Values throughout; ensuring the progressive development of historical concepts, knowledge and skills.
The impact and measure of this is to ensure that children leave St Anne’s equipped with historical skills and knowledge that enable them to be ready at KS3 and in later adult life. We know in St Anne’s that the more children know about life in the past, the better equipped they are for the future. We want the children to have thoroughly enjoyed learning History, therefore encouraging them to undertake new life experiences now and in the future.
The History Lead is Miss Williams.
- History progression map
- History curriculum intent statement
- History policy
- History long term overview
- Knowledge Organiser- Why is our Local History important? KS1
- Knowledge Organiser- How important where the Bronze and Iron ages? LKS2
- Knowledge Organiser- What happened when the Romans came? LKS2
- Knowledge Organiser- Is it better to be a child now or in the past? LKS2
- Knowledge Organiser- Why do we remember the Mayans? UKS2
- Knowledge Organiser- How has communication changed over time? UKS2
- Knowledge Organiser- Where did the Vikings come from? UKS2