Our history curriculum is to be sequential and relevant to all children. Our curriculum builds on learnt knowledge and skills from previous year groups as well as previous lessons. Our curriculum seeks to develop inquisitive thinking in our children, encouraging them to asks questions and explore the world’s history. We strive to offer new and exciting experiences including; external trips and internal visitors, as well as using artefacts and technology to support this. We seek to develop confidence, self-esteem and resilience, as our children are encouraged to develop and explore their ideas and areas of interest. With this, independence is promoted with a contribution to developing intrinsic learners. We will use our history curriculum to explore topics that highlight; inequality and injustice to support the development of respect and celebration of diversity within our community. We will link the Sustainable Development Goals within our History Curriculum where relevant to expose our children to relevant world issues that can be used to highlight/ support the development and changes within our economy and society.
The national curriculum for History aims to ensure that all pupils: