At Dinglewell Infant School we aim to instil a love of History in every child by providing an interesting curriculum that intrigues and inspires their curiosity to want to learn more about the past. We aim to provide a History curriculum with age appropriate subject knowledge, skills and understanding as set out in the National Curriculum History Programmes of Study, which meets the needs of all backgrounds, cultures and abilities.
Throughout their time at Dinglewell, our children will be taught about various historical events and famous historical figures and where they take place within a historical timeline. We would like our children to understand that the past has shaped the present and that our actions today will affect the future.
Our children will develop their historical knowledge and skills so that they are aware of the past in their day to day lives and surroundings. Hucclecote and the surrounding area is rich in History, ranging from the Victorian era, to World War 2 and to the more recent past. Gloucester itself is seeping in history with its Roman beginnings, Cathedral and famous docks.
Our aim is for our children to succeed in becoming a historian by providing opportunities for them to become critical and analytical thinkers, to possess a good understanding of chronology, and to form their own opinions and interpretations of the past by using sources of evidence. Our History curriculum is carefully planned and sequenced to give the children the skills and understanding they need to access the Key Stage 2 History curriculum.
At Dinglewell Infant School we:
Our school values/curriculum drivers underpin all that we do at Dinglewell Infant School and are integral to our history provision:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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