Subject Learning Map for History
The Three Little Pigs.
Looking at different homes locally
Life by the sea
How the town has changed over time.
The Knuckerhole Dragon Legend
Bullets, Bombs and Bunting!
The second world war and its impact.
Key Content (Skills/knowledge)
Compare local homes from the past to modern houses
Ask and answer questions about the past.
*How the way of life has changed in the local area.
*Explore a range of historical sources, such as photographs, people, buildings, maps.
Learn about a local legend.
Able to retell a local story.
Know the local historical context.
* Know that the past is represented and interpreted in different ways. (use documents, photographs, propaganda, individuals, diaries)
* The impact of the second world war, especially locally.
*Recall, select and organise historical information.
Understand the connection between local, national and international history.
To know how houses have changed over time in the local area.
Use information from historical sources.
*Begin to explore causes and consequences in a historical context.
*Give own opinions on why things have changed.
Evaluate how useful a historical source is.
Know the difference between a legend and a fact.
To know the impact of WW2 on Littlehampton and the wider area.
Use a range of primary and secondary sources to interpret the past.
Understand the purpose of propaganda and how it was used in WW2.
Houses, homes, terrace, detached, semi detached, cottage, Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian, Modern, old, new,
Local, time, past, industry, town, changes, tourism, train,
Local,past, Lyminster, Church,Legend, myth.
War, Germany, USA, Europe, Blitz, evacuation, home front, propaganda, rationing, air raid, gas masks, sources, interpretation,
Georges Marvellous medicine- inventors/innovators (Mary Curie, A Bell, A Fleming)
Changes over time: The Victorians
Continuing Bullets, Bombs and Bunting!
*Compare toys from the past with those from the present.
*Place toys in chronological order.
*Know how the past can be represented.
* Find out about significant inventors from the past.
*Explore how they have influenced life both nationally and internationally.
*Are male and female innovators equally known?
*Place innovations in chronological order.
*Find out about Victorian innovations.
*Compare the lives of different members of society in the Victorian era.
*Ask and answer questions about the past using a range of sources.
*Place key events on a timeline.
AS AUTUMN 1
*Observe and handle artefacts to answer questions about the past.
*Place artefacts and photographs on a timeline.
*Use words on a timeline such as oldest, old, recent, new.
*Know how males and females are represented through history.
*Describe how inventions/discoveries have impacted on modern life.
*Use different sources to find out about significant people from the past.
*Ask questions and use artefacts to answer them.
*Know why historical evidence is different for rich and poor members of society.
*Know what the Victorians did for modern Britain.
*Show an awareness of the concept of propaganda and how historians must understand the social context of evidence studied.
*Understand that a range of sources are required to answer questions about the past.
New, old, oldest, past, present, recent, timeline, sources,
inventor, scientist, change, innovation, technology, impact, present day,
Victoria, Albert, innovations, inventions, steam, industry, servant, butler,
War, Germany, the USA, Europe, Blitz, evacuation, home front, propaganda, rationing, air raid, gas masks, sources, interpretation,
Egyptians: Sands of Time
Key Content (Skills/knowledge)
*Explore historical rituals from other countries.
*Ask questions and answer questions using a range of different evidence.
*Understand the location and basic geography to make links with the different culture.
*Research key explorers.
*Understand the importance of explorers and the role they have played over time.
*Interpret information from historical sources.
* Talk about a difference in culture and time.
*Give own opinion on how relevant certain explorers are/were
*Explain the impact explorers have had throughout time until today.
Egyptian, pyramid, tomb, mummy, Nile, embalmers, canopic jar, ancient
adventurer, campfires, courage,descent, determination, notorious, voyage, exploration
The Great Fire of London
Romeo and Juliet, arundel verona compare
Space (Key figures- Tim Peake, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Micheal Collins)
*Understand the key events and people.
*Explore how this changed the area - look at basic map.
*Understand how space travel has developed over time. (Including future explorations)
*Be able to explain the importance of space travel.
*Describe a significant event of the past.
*Ask questions and use evidence to answer them.
* Understand the connection between local, national and international history.
* Use a range of primary and secondary sources to interpret the past.
fire, flames, London, Pudding Lane, bakery, dozen, wooden, 1666, Thomas Farynor, Samuel Pepys, River Thames
astronomy, galaxy, axis, solar system, astronaut, telescope, planets
Knights and castles - Arundel
Romans in Britain
Key Content (Skills/knowledge)
Why were castles built?
Why were castles built where they were?
Who lived there?
Stages of knighthood
moat, battlement, towers, gatehouse, arrow slit, town, drawbridge, hill, portcullis, defence, motte, Duke of Norfolk,
A midsummer nights dream
PSHE/ equal rights/ looking at historical figures (Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Emily Davison)
Why do we remember Mary Anning?
Why was Mary Special?
What did we learn from Mary Anning?
Who was Nelson?
Why do we remember him?
How do we know about him?
What was the Victory like?
How is the Victory different to Naval ships today?
Why were they leaving?
How did it sink (events)
Food from different classes
Features of the Titanic
What are civil rights?
How did people fight for their rights?
How have activists changed the world today?
Are people still fighting for their civil rights today?
fossil, dinosaurs, women, jurassic coast, curiosities, ichthyosaur, shop, fossil hunter, Lyme Regis, Dorset
Horatio Nelson, Victory, Trafalgar, Napoleon, battle, hero, memorial, navy, sailor, ship,
cruise ship, classes, sink, iceberg, rescue, lifeboat, lifejackets,
equality, fairness, race, gender, class, freedom, oppression, suffragettes, SCLC,