Ask about those who have lived before.
Think about what their fathers learned. Job 8:8
We are historians, we inquire about real people who lived and real events that happened in the past. History helps us to shape our own identity and that of our communities.
We are historians, we are curious about Britain’s past and that of the wider world. We seek to learn about real people who lived, and real events which happened in the past. Knowing how and why the world, our country, our cultures and our local community have changed over time helps us develop our understanding of how the past influences the present and our identity.
History Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement
Our St. George’s history curriculum supports the creation of confident and knowledgeable young historians. We aim to provide learning experiences that promote an enthusiasm for- and enjoyment of - history, enabling our children to prosper and flourish in their learning.
It seeks to empower children to make sense of the world around them, and the multiple identities we all navigate as British Citizens in a global society by placing their lives in time and place. By learning about the lives of others in cultures distant in time and location, our curriculum seeks to broaden and deepen the understanding and curiosity about people and place. Pupils are encouraged to critically reflect on their learning and are actively taught respect and tolerance for the beliefs, ideas and ways of life of others, in present and past times.
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