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LONG TERM PLANS

Key Stage 1 - History                   Co-ordinator: Miss B Hardman

  Year 1 Year 2
Autumn 1

Order pictures young to old

  • Demonstrate their developing sense of chronology

 

Where I live - compare old/new buildings

  • Recognise past and present in other people's lives
  • Demonstrate their developing sense of chronology
  •  Find answers to simple questions about the past

Significant people from the past
 

 

Louis Braille; Florence Nightingale
 

 

  • Begin to understand and recognise why people in the past acted as they did
  • Demonstrate their developing sense of chronology by using terms concerned with the passing of time.
  • Recognise their life is different from the lives of people in the past
Autumn 2

The History of Flights

Neil Armstrong; Tim Peak; Wright Brother’s first flight.

  • Demonstrate their developing sense of chronology
  • Demonstrate understanding of aspects of the past beyond living memory, and some of the main events and people.

Significant Events from the past
 

Bonfire night; Guy Fawkes
Great Fire of London; Samuel Pepys

  • Identify some of the different ways in which the past is represented
  • Begin to understand and recognise why people in the past acted as they did
  • Demonstrate their developing sense of chronology by using terms concerned with the passing of time.
  • Recognise their life is different from the lives of people in the past
Spring 1

 

Spring 2

Toys Past and Present

Compare two teddies old/new and Victorian toys:- materials they are made of, how they compare to today

  • Observe and handle sources of information to answer questions about the past
  • Understand aspects of the past beyond living memory
  • Recognise the distinction between past and present in their own and other people’s lives
  • Use everyday vocabulary relating to the passing of time

Castles

Why and how they were built; their significance
Elizabeth 1

  • Demonstrate their developing sense of chronology by using terms concerned with the passing of time.
  • Recognise their life is different from the lives of people in the past
  • Demonstrate their developing understanding of chronology by their realisation that the past can be divided into different periods of time
  • Begin to understand and recognise why people in the past acted as they did
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the main events and people studied
Summer 1

At the Seaside

Grace Darling
 

  • Begin to understand and recognise why people in the past acted as they did


Seaside Holidays
Compare seaside holidays and activities from the past to the present day

  • Can identify some of the ways the past is represented
  • Develop a sense of chronology by recognising that their lives are different from people in the past

History of the Teddy Bear

Theodore Roosevelt

  • Demonstrate their developing sense of chronology by using terms concerned with the passing of time
  • Begin to understand and recognise why people in the past acted as they did.
  • Identify some of the different ways in which the past is represented
Summer 2