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History

Our Intent

At Petham Primary School it is our intent to provide children with a high-quality education in History that ignites their curiosity about the past, present and future. The curriculum immerses students in a range of cultures that enables them to have a critical outlook on the world. It is our aim to develop a context for their growing sense of identity and a chronological framework for their knowledge of significant events and people, deliver a carefully sequenced curriculum to give students a broad understanding of the chronological development of British history, enhance the students understanding of their local history and develop and use their skills in enquiry, analysis, evaluation and argument. 

 

How we implement our curriculum

 

Progression of Skills

Our Impact

Pupil Voice (March 2022):

'Neil Armstrong went to the moon' - Robins Class

 

'Old steam trains are petrol trains now' - Robins Class

 

'I know that there are Stone Keep castles, Concentric castles and Motte and Bailey castles.'  - Swallows Class

 

'My favourite History lesson this term was when I learnt about Dover Castle. It was built on the top of a big hill and has secret underground tunnels that were used as a hospital during the war'. - Swallows Class

 

'The Roman army was the strongest army due to their intense training and they weren't allowed to marry so that they were focused on the military' - Owls Class

 

'The Ancient Maya civilisation were located in Mexico which was part of Mesoamerica' - Owls Class

 

 

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