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Year 1

By the end of Year 1, most children should:

 

  • recognise that their lives are different from those living in the past;
     
  • show their developing sense of chronology by using terms concerned with the passing of time and by placing a few events and objects in chronological order;

 

  • show knowledge and understanding of some aspects of the past within living memory;

 

  • observe or handle information and artefacts to answer questions about the past on the basis of simple observations;

 

  • be able to classify some objects as old and new or as past and present and explain why; and

 

  • be given the opportunity to learn about significant historical events, people and places in their own locality. Due to the proximity of Holy Trinity to London, this will include a focus on Guy Fawkes.
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