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History at Woden


Throughout both Key Stages, your child will have many opportunities for visits liked to the topics. They will be able to visit Tamworth Castle and the Black Country Living Museum, as well as enjoy workshops with expert visitors in school.


At Woden, we have a rich history curriculum that covers all skills required by the National Curriculum. In Key Stage 1, your child will develop an awareness of the past and look out for similarities between the past and the present. They will also begin to develop a sense of family and local history.

Year 1 Year 2
  • Homes in the past
  • Seaside holidays in the past
  • All About Me
  • The Great Fire of London
  • Castles
  • Florence Nightingale

When the children reach Key Stage 2, they will continue to develop the skills they have acquired at KS1 in greater depth. They will develop more awareness of chronology through studying British, local, and world history. The children will study:

Year 3 Year 4
  • Prehistoric Britain
  • Romans
  • Anglo-Saxons
  • The Tudors
  • Ancient Egypt
  • The Maya Civilisation
Year 5 Year 6
  • Vikings
  • World War Two
  • How has life in Britain changed since 1948?
  • Local history study: The Black Country
  • Ancient Greece