Key Stage One
Pupils are enabled to develop an awareness of the past increasingly being able to know where people and events fit within a chronological framework. They will be taught changes within living memory which reveal and change to national life and events beyond living memory that are significant nationally or globally – for example the Great Fire of London. Pupil will also be taught about significant people and compare aspects of life in different periods of history as well as significant people and events in the locality.
Key Stage Two
Pupils build on the chronology and build knowledge f British, local and world history Pupils will be taught about changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, the Roman Empire, Anglo Saxons and Scots, The Vikings, local history, British history, early civilisations and a contrasting non-European society.