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New Curriculum Map

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Ben Massey

on 6 February 2014

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Transcript of New Curriculum Map

The Current Overview
...The British History part of the Curriculum should ideally be taught progressively to ensure a clear understanding of the chronology of events.
Overview of subject content
Key Stage 1:

Look at:

The lives of significant individuals in Britain’s past who have contributed to our nation’s achievements - scientists such as Isaac Newton or Michael Faraday, reformers such as Elizabeth Fry or William Wilberforce, medical pioneers such as William Harvey or Florence Nightingale, or creative geniuses such as Isambard Kingdom Brunel or Christina Rossetti.

Key events in the past that are significant nationally and globally, particularly those that coincide with festivals or other events that are commemorated throughout the year.

Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality.

Key Stage 2:
Year 3:
• Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age.
• The Roman Empire and its Impact on Britain.
• Early Civilizations achievements and an in-depth study of one of the following: Ancient Sumer; The Indus Valley; Ancient
Egypt;
The Shang Dynasty
.
Year 4:
• Britain’s settlement by Anglo Saxons and Scots. (1/2 term?)
• The Viking and Anglo Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England. (1/2 term?)
• A local history study. (WW2)
• A non- European society that contrasts with British history
chosen from:
• Early Islamic Civilization

• Mayan Civilization
• Benin.
Year 5:
• Ancient Greece (with Modern Greece as a geographical European country)
Year 6:
• A study of a theme in British history. (Music through the Decades)
Overview of subject content
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