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“History is important because it teaches us about past. And by learning about the past, you come to understand the present, so that you may make educated decisions about the future.”

— Richelle Mead

History at St John's C of E


Autumn 1:

Year 2: Henry VII

Year 3: The Tudors 

Year 4:The Stone Age

Year 5:Victorians

Year 6:British Settlements Anglo Saxons and Scotts

Autumn 2:

Year 1: Toys


Spring 1

Year 1:Dinosaurs

Year 3: Egyptains

Year 4: Romans

Year 5: Mayans


Spring 2

Year 2: Great Fire of London

Year 6: Crime & Punishment



Summer 1:

Year 1:Monarchs

Year 2: Then and Now Coasts

Year 3: Ancient Greece

Year 5: WWII

Year 6: Britain Since 1948

Summer 2:

Year 5: Settlements 

Progression of Skills KS1 -KS2

Our progression maps, outline the knowledge, skills and understanding we hope for our children to gain across Key Stage 1 and 2. We hope you find this document useful.

History Knowledge Organisers

History Intent, Implementation and Impact

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