At Laira Green, History is taught as part of a broad and balanced curriculum, in accordance with the Key Stages referred to in the National Curriculum for England and Wales. We seek to provide high-quality history education that will help pupils gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain's past and that of the wider world. We use historical evidence to awaken children's curiosity, in turn generating quality discussions, fact finding and debates.
Through their breadth and depth of study, children will understand the complexities of people's lives; the process of change; the diversity of societies and relationships between different groups as well as their own identities.
History is led by Mrs Barker who will be updating this page throughout the year with examples of the children's work so please check back regularly to see what we've been learning.
Below is a brief overview of the wonderful history that each year group will be learning during Spring 2019.
Year 1 & 2: History - What do we know about changes in living history? How have our homes changes?
Year 3 & 4: History - Stone Age to Iron Age
Year 5 & 6: History -The Viking and Anglo-Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England to the time of Edward the Confessor
Below is a brief overview of the wonderful history that each year group will be learning during Autumn 2018.
Year 1 & 2: History - The Great Fire of London
The children will be learning about events beyond living memory that are nationally significant and the people linked to it. This year we are focused on the Great fire of London.
As a part of this topic we hope to make a miniature city to recreate the fire of London.
Year 3 & 4: History - Ancient Greece
Year 5 & 6: History - Ancient EgyptI can find Egypt on a map and understand the importance of the Nile to the Ancient Egyptian civilisation.