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Our History curriculum immerses pupils in unfamiliar worlds outside of their own experience, and in the diversity and commonality of human experience across time and place.

At the same time, history helps our pupils to make sense of their own experiences, and of the modern world they inhabit.

From ‘Nurses from History’, to ‘The Great Fire of London’, to Stone Age to Iron Age, The Ancient Mayans and the History of Crime and Punishment, our pupils study a broad range of periods of history fully matched to the National Curriculum.

We know that the study of history is complex and constantly changing through new approaches, new lenses and new evidence and sources, and we teach pupils how to think and behave like historians do.

We believe that every pupil is entitled to encounters with the richness of the past and the complexity of historical enquiry.