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History and Geography

Geography

Intent

In KS1 Our Geography curriculum is delivered through an engaging creative approach of Topic based learning.

At Bishop Tufnell we are passionate about inspiring our pupils to develop curiosity and fascination about the world and its people that will remain with them for the rest of their lives. Our pupils develop knowledge about the world, the United Kingdom and their locality.

Implementation

At Bishop Tufnell, Geography is delivered through our own scheme of work which follows the National Curriculum. This allows all children to learn and progress through the knowledge and skills in an engaging approach to the Curriculum.

To ensure planning for progression, specific units within our scheme are designated to Year One and Year Two.

Impact

We believe that all our pupils will become confident geographers who have a sound knowledge of their local surroundings and the wider locality. They will be able to use observational skills in simple fieldwork activities.

 

History

Intent

In KS1 our History curriculum is delivered through an engaging creative approach of Topic based learning.

At Bishop Tufnell we are dedicated in ensuring all our pupils are aware of their own history and of the changes within their own lives and that of beyond their living memory. We aim to inspire our pupils’ curiosity to know more about the past and of the lives of significant individuals.

Implementation

At Bishop Tufnell, History is delivered through our scheme of work which follows the National Curriculum. This allows children to learn and progress through the knowledge and skills in an engaging approach to the Curriculum.

To ensure planning for progression, specific units within the scheme are designated to Year One and Year Two, with some additional discrete History lessons included, such as Remembrance Day.

Impact

We believe that all our pupils Children will be inquisitive historians who have knowledge of their own history and the impact of others and will embed their use of questioning across the curriculum.

 

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