This topic incorporates elements of both the history and geography curriculum. Pupils will begin by placing Ancient Greece within a chronological context. Pupils will study Greek life and achievements and their influence on the Western world. They will have the opportunity to explore a mixture of digital and physical artefacts as a way to explore and engage with the topic. Pupils will learn about the key inventions and discoveries of people during this period, and will explore their influence and lasting legacy. Within geography, our main focus will be Europe. We will study Greece in depth and compare and contrast its human and physical features to that of Suffolk.
Threads Arts and Architecture Discoveries and inventions Beliefs and values
Key Vocabulary GEOGRAPHY ALL Europe, UK, Greece ,human, physical, city, village, town, capital, similar, different, settlement, land use, resource SOME Region, time zones, distribution,
HISTORY ALL Ancient, BC/AD, date, era, civilisation, chronology, culture, discovery, empire, timeline, empire, religion, achievement, influence, impact SOME Legacy, democracy, citizen, change and continuity, interpretation, reliability, bias,