In supporting the delivery of the statutory:
History Primary National Curriculum
we use substantive knowledge, disciplinary knowledge (skills) and vocabulary progression documents aligned with the:
milestones to ensure small steps in progress and accurate assessment data to inform further subject delivery improvement. This enhances clarity in the progression of knowledge and skills right through school.
Below, are other relevant documents for History at Aston All Saints CofE Primary School:
Year 6 - Evacuee day!!
We spent the day dressed as World War Two evacuees. During PE, we learned and practiced a dance routine and performed this in front of our parents.
Year 5 learnt about the Anglo-Saxons in the Autumn term.
Here are just some a few images of Year 5's super work over the past couple of months in the subject of History...
Year 4 - We studied Ancient Greece this year.
We learned about the creation of the Olympics within the city of Olympia, Ancient Greek Gods, Greek art, Greek creations and where the Ancient Greek civilization sat within world history.
Below, are our fantastic efforts at creating life-sized images of various Ancient Greek Gods!
Year 4 - This year, we also studied The Romans.
We learned about Roman Gods, Roman art, and Roman creations that were brought to Britain and stayed, such as central heating and the aquaduct. In addition, we discussed the revolt against the Romans led by Boudicca and the reasons behind why she led the revolt.
Here, are some of the brilliant Roman shields we made in DT!