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Spring 1

Year 1

'School Days'

Changes within and beyond living memory Significant historical events, people. Compare modern day school and schools in the past, identifying similarities and differences. Changes within living memory.

 

  

Year 2

'London's Burning'

Events beyond living memory that are significant nationally. Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality. How London has changed over time.

 

   

Year 3

'Meet the Flintstones'

Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age- In depth study including: - Late Neolithic huntergatherers and early farmers

    

Year 4

'Invaders'

Britain’s settlement by Anglo Saxons and Scots (in depth study) Compare life in the Roman times to Anglo Saxon times.

 

    

 

Year 5

'Rule Brittania'

The Viking and Saxon Struggle for the Kingdom of England to the time of Edward the Confessor

 

   

 

Year 6

'Crime and Punishment'

Changes in an aspect of social history, such as crime and punishment from the Anglo-Saxons to the present

Autumn1

Year 1

Up, Up and Away: Changes within and beyond living memory. Events beyond living memory that are significant nationally or globally for example the first aeroplane flight and the first moon landing.

 

 

Year 2

The Crown: Looking at the lives of significant individuals (Queen Elizabeth) and comparing different periods of time. 

  

 

Year 3

Tomb Raiders: Looking at the achievements of early civilisations (Ancient Egypt) focusing on the location, culture and religion of this time. 

 

  

Year 4

Roman Rule: An in depth study of the chronology of the period, culture, art and literature. 

 

   

 

Year 5

The Battle of Britain and beyond: Identifying a significant turning point in British History and exploring a local area study of Islington, during and after the War.

 

  

 

Year 6

The Great War's Great Hero: Commemorating the Great War and taking part in a local History case study. 

 

   

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