Looking into the past is exciting, draws questions, enables curiosity, develops empathy.  We travel back through time at Stobhillgate, making links to our lives today and noticing how the decisions of those who were here before us have influenced the world as we know it.   Our curriculum has been carefully designed to take the pupils on a historical journey, which builds on the children’s prior knowledge and understanding. This allows the contexts explored to be age appropriate and relevant to where we live and always carefully placed as part of a jigsaw timeline of the past.  Our budding historians will explore these exciting times through practical and written tasks in every lesson, every week.

YearAutumn
How History has influenced my life
Spring
A lasting legacy
Summer
Famous people from the past
1The Great Fire of LondonFirst Flight - The Wright Brothers and Amelia EarhartBritish Monarchs - Includes a visit to a local castle
2How have homes changed over the last 500 years? Includes a trip to Beamish MuseumMan's First Moon Landing - Neil ArmstrongSarah Forbes Bonetta
3Ancient Egypt. Includes a trip to the Hancock MuseumThe Roman Empire and its impact on Britain - Boudicca. Includes a walk along Hadrian's WallThe Anglo Saxons
4Ancient Greece - Alexander The GreatChanges in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron AgeFamous People form the North East. Joseph Swan, Lord William Armstrong, Emily Davison. Includes a trip to Cragside and Emily Davison landmarks

Our History intent, implementation and impact statement can be found here

Morpeth Partnership Curriculum Progression Document

We have been working closely with the Morpeth Partnership to produce documentation for each subject area.  These documents ensure clear progression and map out the teaching and learning journey your child will take in relation to each specific subject through each phase of their education.

Morpeth Partnership History Progression Document