History in the National Curriculum consists of ordering events in time; finding differences and similarities; writing and talking about the past; using different sources for information; asking and answering questions. 

As children move through school they will begin to be able to link events and themes from different time periods such as: medicines, punishments, leadership etc, to see how these developed and changed but also identify similarities.   

Children will also learn about how and why historians studied the past which will then allow them to find the significance in events that were studied. 

History Long Term Plan

History Skills Progression document

History Vocabulary progression document coming soon

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