Our History curriculum aims to develop children who can apply the knowledge and skills they have learned to be critical inquirers of History. They ask thought-provoking questions, think critically, make intelligent arguments, and immerse themselves into our inclusive curriculum. Our history curriculum encourages pupils to develop an appreciation and understanding of the past, evaluating a range of primary and secondary sources. Our high-quality history education is closely linked to Museum Learning, and this helps pupils gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain’s past and that of the wider world, inspiring pupils ‘curiosity to know more about the past. Our history curriculum is well sequenced and outlines the skills, knowledge, and vocabulary to be taught in a chronological way, when possible.  The impact is pupils who are historians, they ask questions about the sources in front of them, sift through evidence, think critically, and form their own opinions and judgements based on facts and knowledge.