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Through History our pupils learn about significant people, events and places from both the recent and more distant past.  They learn about change and continuity in their own area, in Britain and in other parts of the world.  They look at History in a variety of ways, for example from political, economic, technological and scientific, social, religious and cultural perspectives.  They use different sources of information to help them investigate the past both in depth and in overview, using dates and historical vocabulary to describe events, people and developments.  They also learn that the past can be represented and interpreted in different ways. Good use is made of the local environment, which is rich in resources

Children are encouraged to follow their own line of research when finding out about the past and represent their findings in a variety of imaginative ways, such as time lines and fact files.

School visits play a huge part in engaging the children about History as well as supporting and enhancing their learning.

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