The national curriculum for history aims to ensure that all pupils:
Grandfathers Chest (Childhood then and now).
Sequence events in their life
Sequence 3 or 4 artefacts from distinctly different periods of time
Match objects to people of different ages.
Communication then and now.
Sequence artefacts closer together in time
Sequence photographs etc. from different periods of their life
Describe memories of key events in lives.
Place the time studied on a timeline
Use dates and terms related to the study unit and passing of time
Sequence several events of artefacts.
British History Heroes.
Place events from period studied on a timeline
Use terms related to the period and begin to date events
Understand more complex terms e.g. BC/AD
Crime and Punishment.
Know and sequence key events of time studied
Use relevant terms and period labels
Make comparisons between different times in the past.
Medicine and Disease.
Place current study on a timeline in relation to other studies
Use relevant dates and terms
Sequence up to 10 events on a timeline.