Outstanding Lessons at KS1
If you have ever searched the internet for inspiration for your history sessions you will know how frustrating it can be. Luckily the answer is at hand. Built up from twenty years’ experience of working with infant schools, the site brings into one place some of the best history lessons you can expect to find. Not only are they logically developed with clear learning objectives, thoughtful structure and fit-for-purpose, fully-resourced activities, they are all in some ways creative or imaginative. They are not run of the mill. They will almost certainly fire your imagination and stimulate an even better idea.
Preparing for the new EYFS framework in September 2021Although most schools and settings prefer not to refer to history as a discrete subject on the Early Years curriculum, there is always a lot of talk...
Step 1Having recapped the story of Mary’s life, ask pupils to work in small groups to generate adjectives to describe Mary’s character.
- children can respond in role showing awareness of differing attitudes to Florence
- they can judge whether each group would approve of giving Florence a medal