At Bramingham, we believe that all pupils should have the opportunity to ignite their curiosity about the past and understand how this has influenced the present. We aim for our children to form a coherent chronological narrative about significant aspects of British history, as well as history of the wider world and use a range of sources to be able to create their own narrative about historical events. By the end of their time at Bramingham, all children should be able to ask, and start to answer, historically valid questions and have an understanding of historical vocabulary, including abstract terms. Additionally, we also aim for children to see their history and heritage represented across our curriculum by providing an accurate representation of the past.
In our History lessons, we aim for pupils to gain an understanding of Britain’s past, as well as the wider world. Through engaging and exciting lessons, we aim to inspire children’s curiosity.