Subject Intent

History at Woodfield is designed to get children to think about cause and effect. By looking at themes over time we can see how societies and civilizations have evolved and influenced the modern day. Children will be expected to employ critical thinking and question the validity behind the research and sources. Children will understand the heritage and history of the local area and how they tie into more global events. We want children to understand the chronology of the world’s history and that events even though separate, one person’s history can run concurrently alongside another’s.

Subject Progression

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Click to view History Subject Progression EYFS to Year 6



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 Click to view how History is delivered across school.




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Home Learning


Phase What are children learning this half term? How can I support my child's learning at home?

Early Years (Nursery and Reception) 

Nursery- We have been learning about similarities and differences between ourselves and our friends.

Reception: We have been learning about similarities and differences between the routines, lifestyles and celebrations of ourselves and others.

Make a picture diary of your day. What do you do first? What do you do next? What do you do last? Ask your family to make one too. Do you do the same things as your family? What things are different? Why is that?



Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2) 

Toys Through Time 

The Great Fire Here and There 



Discuss with your child about the different types of toys children would have had in the past? How do they compare to their toys now? 




Listen to this story about the Great Fire of London. 


Lower Key Stage 2 (Years 3 and 4) 

Stone Age 

Ancient Greece 



Paint like a Stone Age citizen- create your own cave painting!  




Use the link above to discuss with your child what life was like for a person growing up in Ancient Greece- How is life different today?  

Upper Key Stage 2 (Years 5 and 6) 

Anglo Saxons 




Can you design your own Anglo-Saxon house?  




Discuss with your child- How has Baghdad changed? What is the same? 



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