- History is taught based on the National Curriculum for Years 1 to 6 and EYFS Curriculum Framework.
- A carefully planned whole school curriculum promotes the progression of historical knowledge, conceptual understanding and skills, and the opportunity to revisit and remember previous learning in order to develop an understanding of local, British and world history.
- Knowledge organisers outline the key new knowledge for each unit and the prior knowledge needed for pupils to make meaningful connections to new learning
- Our history curriculum focuses on the progression of procedural knowledge within chronology, interpretation and enquiry. These are taught in conjunction with local history, British history, world history knowledge and significant individuals in order to deepen children’s understanding of the topic being studied and secure their understanding of the past.
- Opportunities to develop children’s local historical knowledge and gain an understanding of their locality’s rich historical significance are at the heart of our curriculum
Below is the transitional Geography and History plan for academic year 2023-2024 to allow changes to the Long Term Plan to be implemented. At the bottom is the History Long Term Plan that will be in place from academic year 2024-2025.