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Catholic Primary School

  • With our mother Mary,
  • we gather together joyfully,
  • to love, live, learn and pray,
  • with respect for all God’s family,
  • as Jesus teaches us.

Unit 1  


Year One

Year Two

Year Three

Year Four

Year Five

Year 6


How has communication changed over time?

Why do we wear a poppy?

What is the significance of Stonehenge?

What is the Staffordshire hoard?                                   

Why did they build the pyramids?

What was the impact of WW2 on the local area.

NC Link

Changes in living memory

Significant historical events,

Events beyond living memory nationally

Significant historical people and events in their own locality

Changes in Britain form stone age to iron age

Neolithic links

The Viking and Anglo-Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England to the time of Edward the Confessor.

The achievements of the earliest civilisations – where did the first civilizations appear?

Local study over time tracing how several aspects of national history are reflected in the locality.


Enabling children to communicate effectively and responsibly.


Teaching children to strive for peace.  How they can be peace makes

Children will understand why Neolithic cultures and beliefs are still significant today

To understand how the Monarchy has shaped British Culture..


Understand the nature of ancient civilisations and both the achievements and follies of mankind. To understand the methods of historical enquiry, including how evidence and what its limitations are.

Understand connections between cultural, economic, military, political, religious and social history.


To understand and value the sacrifices many people made for our freedom today.

To recognise why Birmingham and the local area looks like it does today.


Curious and Active

Loving, compassionate




Curious and active 

Curious and active  

Grateful for the blessing of each day and all we have