History

 Welcome to Cedars History Curriculum Page

 

Mrs Melanie Baron -History Coordinator. 

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Cedars Curriculum Statement

 

At Cedars Primary School, teaching and learning is based upon a language rich thematic curriculum where pupils are exposed to a range of experiences to enhance their knowledge, understanding and long term memory. As a result, pupils at Cedars are confident, aspirational, articulate learners who are ready for the next stage of education.  

 

 

At Cedars, all children will develop an understanding of time, place and events through the effective teaching and learning of the knowledge skills and understanding of History. We will use the National Curriculum History Guidelines as the basis for our scheme of work and we will make meaningful links with other subjects of the curriculum. our aim is to ignite a curiosity to learn about the past that will help children understand who they are and how their environment and the world has changed over time.

 

 

Years 1-6 History at Cedars is taken from The Lancashire Curriculum and is linked to the topics taught each term.

The Early Years History is known as People and Communities. The curriculum is taken from The Early Years Foundation Stage.

 

Black History Month Inspirational Quotes

Cedars Progression of Skills History

Nursery and Reception History Long Term Overview

EYFS History Overview Ideas

Cedars Yrs1-6 History Long Term Overview

History Programme of Study KS1 & KS2

The New to English children have been learning about St. George and the Dragon.

To commemorate 100 years since the end of the Great War. The whole school have been involved in creating poppies, poetry and writing about the feelings of the soldiers and life in the trenches.

To commemorate 100 years since the end of the Great War. The whole school have been involved in creating poppies, poetry and writing about the feelings of the soldiers and life in the trenches.

Various History Displays