Our history curriculum has been specifically tailored to meet the unique context of our school. It is designed to be broad and balanced, providing all pupils with the opportunity to master their learning and deepen their knowledge, making sense and giving purpose as to why we learn about history. Teachers will provide pupils with challenging big questions about history, which will help them change and transform our society, putting their faith into action.
At St. Edmund's we follow a broad and balanced history curriculum giving pupils the opportunity to build, master, and deepen their knowledge and understanding of Britain’s past and that of the wider world. We recognise that our city and our respective communities are a vital resource to inspire pupils’ curiosity and to celebrate their own heritages.
We aim to build high levels of competence in the subject specific skills of:
- Chronological Understanding
- Contextual Knowledge and Conceptual Understanding.
- Historical Enquiry