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At Hutton Rudby Primary School, our History curriculum aims to ignite children’s curiousity about the past in Britain and the wider world.

Through finding out about how and why the world, our country and local community have developed over time, children understand how the past influenced the present. through a detailed study of key knowledge from different historical periods, pupils will develop historical skills and build an understanding of concepts such as chronological understanding, cause and consequence and similarity and difference. It is our aim that this understanding will be the foundation of a lifelong interest in history.

Our curriculum is shaped by our school vision which aims to enable all children to flourish and demonstrate individual excellence and determination. Whilst learning about the past, we aim to create inquisitive minds that have perceptive questions, think critically, weight evidence, create arguments and develop perspective and judgements.

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