The aim of the History curriculum at St Bede’s is to fire pupils’ curiosity to ask questions and know more about Britain’s past and that of the wider world. The curriculum seeks to ensure that by the end of KS3 all pupils have a broad knowledge and understanding of the significant people, events and developments and their impact in their local communities, in Britain and the world from 1066 to the 21st century.
Pupils are offered the opportunity to engage with a wide variety of cultural sources and experiences, which aids the development of a rich cultural capital. [Engage with the past]
We aim to inspire a life-long love of History and want to develop passionate historians and independent learners who seek further knowledge, value hard work and education. Learners who want to ask questions, think critically about evidence, and understand the impact and relevance of the past on the world and society today. [Explore the present]
We aim to ensure that pupils by the end of KS3 and KS4 have developed their beliefs, moral compass and understanding of their own choices and responsibilities. We aim to ensure pupils have the knowledge and skills to embrace the future as truly global citizens. [Embrace the future]
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St Bede’s Catholic High School,
St Anne’s Road,
Telephone: 01695 570335