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History at Exwick Heights is the study of Britain’s past and that of the wider world. Pupils should develop a curiosity about the past and equip them to ask perceptive questions, think critically, weigh evidence, sift arguments and develop perspective and judgement. Teaching provides both knowledge and skill-based learning to increase pupils’ awareness of the connections to the past. We aim to ignite a curiosity and fascination about the past and think critically about how it informs their present. We use knowledge organisers and bespoke work booklets to support learning and bring this to life with a range of enrichment opportunities from EYFS to Year 6 such as our World War Two Day in Year 6 and Anglo-Saxon day in Year 3/4! Our Viking ship, which sits proudly on the school site, is a firm favourite of our pupils at playtime!