“The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future” – Theodore Roosevelt. Children will learn about the chronology of history from the Stone age to the modern day, learning about Great Britain and it’s history in the context of the wider world. They will learn about significant events and people from the past which will help them develop their own sense of identity.
Children will be able to reason why different causes and consequences happened throughout time, using historical language terms in their thinking, speaking and writing. They will use a range of sources to allow them to think and explore like a historian. The children will be able to ask questions as a historian, in order to make connections about the past to their lives today.
Through this subject, how will the children explore the Pathway of Possibilities to visit The Seven Wonders Of Weddy?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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