At the beginning of each history topic, children will be given a focus image. They will look closely at the source asking historical questions about it. At the end of the topic, children will be given the same image and write about what they've learnt throughout the topic to show lots of progression!
Why is Enquiry so important in history lessons?
Enquiry involves asking questions about the past and finding answers by exploring the sources left from the past.
At Adel Primary School, we're shaping our lessons around enquiry questions and giving the pupils a chance to explore, discuss and investigate.
Whilst we were re-enacting WW1, we discovered that poppies grew in the field were the soldiers fell and are a symbol to remember them by.
What does History look like at our school?
Active learning, exploring sources of Victorian Crimes and Punishments
The all new and exciting Leeds Curriculum
Check out the website below for some fascinating and interesting facts about what life was like in Leeds years ago.
Did you know hippos once roamed the streets of Leeds?