Murder mysteries, suspense dramas and even a little scandal! Everything is here from world changing events to deeds of great heroism and compassion.
History helps pupils to understand the process of change, the complexities of people’s lives and relationships between different societies and groups. It is an exciting subject that should be explored and questioned. Pupils gain knowledge and understanding of Britain’s past and of the wider world and they develop a range of historical skills. In EYFS children learn about the difference between the present and past in their lives and the lives of family members. In KS1 they explore chronology, make observations, ask questions, explain and draw conclusions and recognise similarities and differences. KS2 pupils develop a robust chronological framework, use historical evidence and sources correctly and critically and are able to debate, reflect, discuss and evaluate the past. Through the study of the past we can understand our place in the modern world and how we can bring about positive transformation for the future.
Willow class have had a very exciting week, we have been busy making our toy museum. The children looked at a variety of old and new toys and described them. They they thought very carefully about how they could sort the toys for the museum. The children then worked...
We had a fantastic trip to Ribchester on Tuesday. Here are some pictures from our trip.
This week there has been lots of talk and exploration about ways of travelling, either how our body can move, how we can make things move and different modes of transport of the past,present and future. We imagined what would be like to travel via a rocket in space...