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Year 3

By the end of Year 3, most children should:

 

  • show their developing understanding of chronology by realising that the past can be divided into different time periods and by placing events, people and changes into correct periods of time;

 

  • show knowledge and understanding of some of the main events, people and changes studied;

 

  • describe similarities and differences within and across different periods;

 

  • ask appropriate historical questions, e.g. about a picture, artefact or story; after research or using sources, propose some additional questions for future consideration; and

 

  • be given the opportunity to learn about Ancient Greece and changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age.
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