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Knowledge and Skills Progression

History Curriculum Progression

Please look at our Curriculum Progression documents for History:

Chronology from EYFS to UKS2 - Curriculum Progression

Whole school

 

To embed and reinforce the children's understanding of chronology, we have a school timeline in our corridor. This allows the children to reflect upon on what they have learnt in class and deepen their understanding of the topics they are currently learning about. It also supports children's understanding of when events happened and how those fit with what they have already learnt and will learn about in the future. We also have a 'History at Randlay' display which focuses on the topics covered in school and also focuses on the key vocabulary the children will need across all Key Stages. 

EYFS

 

Knowledge:

I know about the past and present in my life and my family's lives. 

 

Skills:

I can identify key events from my own life. 

Nursery:

Reception:

KS1

 

Knowledge: 

I know the difference between past and present. 

I know where people and events fit within a simple chronological framework. 

I know a range of terms related to the passing of time. 

 

Skills: 

I can sequence events or objects in chronological order, including using a simple timeline. 

LKS2

 

Knowledge: 

I know about events from the time period studied and how they would be represented on a timeline. 

I know the terms BC and AD and the dates they refer to. 

 

Skills:

I can sequence a number of the most significant events from the time period studied using some dates and period labels on a provided scale. 

I can use correct chronological vocabulary, including BC and AD. 

UKS2

 

Knowledge: 

I know the sequence of key events of the time period studied using precise dates. 

I know how the current time period studied relates to other time periods studied. 

 

Skills:

I can sequence with independence the most significant events using precise dates and period labels, building towards developing my own time scale. 

I can use correct chronological vocabulary, including BC and AD dates, with confidence. 

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