History and Geography

2019 - 2020
Welcome to 2019 - 2020
 
We are delighted to introduce for this year our new and exciting 4 Year Rolling Programme for teaching Humanitiies throughout the school.
The programme includes some of our favourite History and Geography topics and some new content that reflects our changing world and how we must safeguard its future.
The link for the new curriculum outlined in a easy to read document can be found below.
We have aligned our Humanities and R.E. curriculum to reflect a diverse and inclusive approach to subjects contained in the National Curriculum.
Our first topics for the new school year are:
Victorians
Festivals and Faiths
The National Curriculum
2018 - 2019
At Kea Community Primary School, we teach our Geography and History through rich and exciting topics, which are outlined on our Four Year Rolling Programme.
In 2017-18, children will cover topics called Our Parish-Our Town and Winter Festivals in the Autumn Term.
Clothes and Tudors and Stuarts then the United Kingdom will be our topics for the Spring Term.
In the Summer Term, children will learn about Britain At War and then The World Cup.
Key Stages will approach these topics in appropriate, age specific ways and topics include a broad balance of historical and geographical skills, with a specific focus on a major world religion during the Winter Festivals topic for children in Key Stage 2. This year children learned about Judaism, Sikhism, Hinduism and Islam.
 
 
 
 
2018 - 2019
Autumn Term 2018
 
This term, Key Stage 2 are learning about Ancient Egypt.
2017 - 2018
Spring Term 2018 will see Key Stage 1 first learning about Clothes and Clothing through history.
Key Stage 2 will learn about the Tudors and Stuarts time.  Children will learn how to use timelines, historical sources and images to learn about everyday life in one of the most colourful periods in English history. 
 
In the second half of term, all children will be learning about the United Kingdom.
They will be using map skills, finding where the UK is located on a European and World map.  
Key Stage 2 will be visiting Pendennis Castle, built by Henry VIII, and finding out about this important historical site, and how the area is still relevant today.