History Curriculum

History Curriculum

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enquiring and critical outlook on the world. Our History curriculum will give students the opportunity to:

  • study issues at a local, national and international level in Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern and Modern time periods;
  • understand Britain’s influence on the wider world;
  • study the history and influence of different peoples and places across time;
  • assess the impact of events on individual and communities;
  • be exposed to a high level of historical and conceptual vocabulary;
  • learn to interpret a broad range of sources including visual sources and propaganda;
  • be exposed to different peoples’ perspectives on issues and events;
  • develop an understanding of how to apply and write about historical concepts such as causation; continuity and change; significance; consequence; diversity;
  • challenge received wisdom about historical figures and issues;
  • develop confidence in orating and debating historical issues and evaluate historical interpretations.
Click here for the curriculum Scheme of WorkClick here for the Curriculum Intent

Learning Journey 

Here is the learning journey showing a summary of key learning points at each stage. For further detail please see the SoW above.