- Emphasis is placed on investigative learning opportunities to help children gain a coherent knowledge of understanding of each unit of work covered throughout the school.
- History is taught twice in each year group throughout the year, so that children achieve depth in their learning. The key skills children need to learn have been identified through the Chris Quigley milestones and the children’s knowledge journey follows Key Stage History. We have planned the curriculum chronologically. In the Summer term, each year group then takes part in Boundary’s Heritage Day where we focus on local history.
- Pupils study people’s lives and lifestyles through time, drawing on the process of change, the diversity of societies and relationships between different groups.
- The rich local history is fully utilised within the curriculum.
- Teaching is in line with the National Curriculum expectations using schemes of work from The National Historical Association and Key Stage History.