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CofE Primary School, Maldon

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History

Curriculum Intent Statement

"As All Saints pupils make the transition to secondary school, we want them to be able to be inspired and have a passion for learning about the past

 

Children will leave with a knowledge and understanding of historical events locally, nationally and internationally and how they have impacted on our lives today.

 

They will develop questioning skills that enable them to use historical evidence as a source of information."

Why Study History?

KS1 Useful Videos

LKS2 Useful Videos

UKS2 Useful Videos

Excellence in History

LKS2 Trip to Colchester Castle

LKS2 Battle of Maldon re-enactment at the Prom

UKS2 Chariot Making

LKS2 Ancient Egyptian Enrichment Homework

Historic ways to spend your weekend:

  • Visit the prom and walk down to the Byrhtnoth Statue. 
  • Go to Colchester Castle see all the fantastic artefacts from the Romans.
  • Visit Ingatestone Hall and learn more about the Tudors. 
  • Take a trip to The British Museum, London.
  • Go to Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome.
  • Why not explore a local castle? Hadleigh? Hedingham?
  • How about explore Hylands Park with the family and see Hylands house.
  • Learn about WW2 whilst visiting Tilbury Fort.

Books for History lovers:

  • Little People, Big Dreams Series (All editions are great)
  • Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History - Vashti Harrison

  • Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World - Ms Kate Pankhurst

  • Stone Age Boy - Satoshi Kitamura

  • Our Queen Elizabeth - Kate Williams

  • Viking Voyagers - Jack Tite

  • A Mummy Ate My Homework - Thiago De Moraes

  • Please Write Soon: The Unforgettable Story of Two Cousins in World War II - Michael Rosen

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