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History

HISTORY

We aim to arouse an interest in the past and develop an understanding of other times. We encourage children to develop the ability to acquire evidence from historical sources and understand interpretations of history.

 

PHASE MAP FOR HISTORY

Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Year 1

Visit - Blackburn Museum
Myself and others
Looking at family life and changes
Photos from home
How family members have grown up
Lookings at toys from the past
British Values - Respect for different family situations/individual Liberty
PSHE - relationship link.

Prevent- Respect for different family situations

PSHE - relationships link

Castles
Visit - Hoghton Towers

Look at UK castles
Why build here?

Link Geography - look at castles in different UK Countries

British Values -- British values and heritage

Year 2

Famous people - Lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements
Compare aspects of life in different periods - e.g. Then/Now

Christopher Columbus
Neil Armstrong
Tim Peake

Transport
v. Bury transport museum

Train ride

Link materials and DT - Moving vehicles

LOCAL HISTORY

Significant historical events, people and place in their own locality.

Try to include changes within living memory.
Where appropriate, these should be used to reveal aspects of changein national life
Holidays in Blackpool/Mill workers
Visit - Astley Hall

Year 3

STONE AGE / IRON AGE

Changes in Britain during period

ROMAN EMPIRE
Impact on Britain

British Values – Respect – accepting change for improvement

Year 4

SAXONS & VIKINGS
Britain's Settlement - Anglo Saxons and Scots Vikings (Edward the Confessor)

British Values – Respect – invasion of monasteries / monks – discuss emotions

LOCAL STUDY - WW2
Evacuee's story - Visit to Bury Transport Museum

British Values - Responsibility - actions of individuals / democracy - every supporting

Year 5

TUDORS
Visit - Samlesbury Hall
Place Tudor times on a timeline.
Recognise some of the similarities between Lancashire life in Tudor times and today.
Recognise that the past can be divided into periods.
e.g. ancient, modern, etc...

ANCIENT GREECE
Place the ancient Greek civilisation accurately on a timeline and demonstrate their understanding of BC and AD.
Select and combine information from more than one source of information to find out about Greek life

Year 6

ANCIENT EGYPT
Visit - Manchester Museum
Place the ancient Egyptian on timeline.
Demonstrate knowledge of life in ancient Egypt (compare to another time in history).
Use a combination of sources & show an appreciation of possible interpretations of an event.

A NON-EUROPEAN SOCIETY
Benin civilisation.
Where is Africa and why visit?
Where and when were the West African kingdoms?
How was Benin ruled and organised?
What was it like for the people who lived there?
Now and then and why did it end?