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  • Good progress will be made in History across the school.
  • Planning will show clear progression and will ensure coverage of the national curriculum objectives/personalised scheme objectives across year groups.
  • History will be vibrant across the school through use of artefacts, displays, trips/visitor and  resouces (NPP, UNO ect).


We implement this in school through a range of different strategies:

  • A sequential approach to the teaching of History.
  • Dialogic talk is used from EYFS to Year 6.
  • Progession is demonstrated through vocabulary which is built apon each year.
  • Mindmaps will allow the children to reflect on what they have learnt.
  • In History, pupils will use aretfacts and experiences to enhance their learning. Teaching will equip pupils to ask perceptive questions, think critically, weigh evidence, sift arguments, and develop perspective and judgement.

History cycle


The impact of our History approach is:

  • Children talk confidently about History
  • They have a genuine love for the subject
  • Children have experiences linked with the topics they have been taught
  • Chidlren to recall and build on previous knowledge

Impact is also measure through outcomes. History outcomes are recorded internally on a termly basis using the assessment ticklists which are linked to our progression documents.

History Progression Document