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At Queen Boudica our humanities subjects are taught in 'topics' with clear distinctions made when the chidlren are learning either History or Geography. These topics allow teachers to immerse their classes in rich knowledge around these subjects. 


Across the school, we aim to provide children with a good understanding and rich knowledge of Britain's past and that of the wider world. We hope to inspire children's curiosity to know more about the past. In order to do this, we teach them to think critically, weigh evidence, analyse arguments, develop perspective and to ask perceptive questions. We aim to link trips and experiences to our history topics - for example in year 3 we have an Egyptian day and in year 1 we have a trip to the Hollytrees Museum as part of our Toys topic.


Geography should inspire and fascinate children about the world in which they live. The primary curriculum provides children with knowledge and understanding about places, people, different environments and physical and human processes. 


Take a look at our Knowledge Organisers below to find out what the children will be learning in each topic.

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