We deliver content that promotes a natural inquisitiveness for the way the world has come to be, and facilitates an appreciation of the achievements, losses, and struggles and moral contexts of our predecessors. Our curriculum aims to provide an avenue for pupils to study social, political, economic, cultural, and women’s history.
A rich History curriculum recognises that there are many unique interpretations of our past – there is not one way of studying history, no more that there is just one valid perspective – and equips pupils to develop their own perspectives on topics of historical study.
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‘To build up a future, you have to know the past.’ Otto Frank