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  • Outcomes in topic and literacy books evidence a broad and balanced history curriculum and demonstrate the children's acquisition of identified key knowledge.  There is clear evidence that our children have shown progress and attainment in line the the national curriculum.
  • Our children demonstrate enthusiasm for the subject and can talk with confidence about the history they have been taught in class and the enrichment visits which they have taken part in.
  • Our children demonstrate an understanding of a range of historical vocabulary which can be applied confidently
  • Our children demonstrate a coherent knowledge and understanding of topics covered about Britain's past and that of the wider world
  • Through our history curriculum, children ask perceptive questions, think critically, weigh evidence, sift arguments and develop perspective and judgement.  They are curious to know more about the past.
  • Our children are well prepared for the history curriculum in key stage 3.