Newton Tony Primary School (CE VC)

'Love One Another As I Have Loved You' (John 15:12)

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Our History pathway inspires children to think like historians, examine evidence and debate conclusions. We provide a curriculum that encourages children to make sense of the present as well as the past, and to appreciate the complexity and diversity of human societies and development. We provide enriched building blocks of progress in history, identifying essential knowledge and challenging vocabulary. We value the importance of children developing chronological knowledge and developing a ‘mental timeline’ of the past. Children have the opportunity to explore and discuss the past every day using our outdoor timeline! 

When and what do we teach in History lessons?

Click on our curriculum pathway which outlines our long term learning journey

History Curriculum Pathway Cycle A and B

How do we support children in developing skills and knowledge from EYFS to KS1?

EYFS KS1 History transition

How do we provide enrichment opportunities?

As part of our curriculum, we fund all children’s enrichment experiences. We work in partnership with ‘Historic Workshops’ and we are committed to ‘ bringing history to life’ for every child:

Y1/2: Victorian workshop

Y3/4: Tudor workshop, Anglo-Saxon workshop, Roman workshop, Egyptian workshop, Trip to Stonehenge, Trip to Milestones – Living Museum

Y5/6: Tudor workshop, Anglo-Saxon workshop, Egyptian workshop, Ancient Greek workshop, Viking workshop, Trip to British Museum in London

What History skills and knowledge do we want each child to achieve by the end of each year?

Year 1 and 2 History skills and knowledge

Year 3 and 4 History skills and knowledge

Year 5 and 6 History skills and knowledge

What does the progression of skills and knowledge look like? We use KAPOW as our subject specialism scheme of work to deliver our curriculum. 

History Progression of skills and knowledge

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