Pupils will develop a knowledge of the chronology of prehistoric Britain and an understanding of some of the changes that took place across this time period. The children will learn about some of the key discoveries and inventions of people during Prehistory, and will explore the impact of these things. They will have the opportunity to explore a range of digital and physical artefacts as a way to explore and engage with the topic.
HISTORY ALL chronology, Prehistory, Stone Age, Palaeolithic, Mesotholic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, chronology, artefacts
SOME legacy, change and continuity, interpretation, reliability, bias,
Oak (year 3 and 4):
Cedar (Year 4 and 5)
Noune: Child of Prehistory
by Michel Vadis and Gemma Sales
The Pebble in my Pocket
by Meredith Hooper
and Christopher Coady
The Street Beneath my Feet
by Charlotte Guillian and Yuval Zommer
Oak class Cave painting and weaving inspired by our Stone Age topic. We have been learning about hunter gatherers and pretended we were hunting and gathering our food before using what we had found to design a stone age meal.