Cycle A - Up, Up and Away
Events beyond living memory that are significant nationally or globally - transport (How has transport differed from the past to present? How does transport benefit our lives?
The lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to international achievement - The Wright Brothers
Whilst learning about the history of transport, the Key Stage 1 children were lucky enough to visit the Yorkshire Air Museum where they found out lots more information about planes.
Cycle A - Shiver me Timbers
The lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to international achievement - Christopher Columbus
The children in KS1 have been learning about Christopher Columbus, his legacy and his achievements. They have created fact files about Christopher Columbus based on their reading.
Cycle A - The Great Fire of London
Events beyond living memory that are significant nationally or globally - The Great Fire of London and Plague
When learning about The Great Fire of London, the children in KS1 built their own versions of Pudding Lane. With the help of Mr Cockcroft, they then set fire to the street on the field! The children then discussed why the fire might have started and why it spread so quickly.
Cycle A - Finding Finn
Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality - The Middleton Railway
Cycle B - Time Travelling Ted
Changes within living memory - toys
The children were lucky enough the enjoy a virtual visit from Abbey House Museum as part of this adventure where they were shown toys from across the ages. The children got to discuss who they think might have owned the toy and how it is different to the toys they have at home.
Cycle B - Space Rescue
The lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to international achievement - Neil Armstrong