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History helps pupils to understand the process of change, the diversity of societies as well as their own identity and the challenges of their time.
A study of human tools and how they have changed during prehistory, from Stone Age through Bronze and Iron Age.
We are historians at St Cecilia's Catholic Junior School. Here is what we have to say about history:
"How we live now has come from inventions in the past. We've learnt about how things changed during Queen Victoria's reign, about significant people and inventions." Nathaniel, Year 5 read stories from the Holo
"We are learning about The Romans Invading Britain and how they came to take over and make it theirs. They had an empire. They had already taken over lots of places.... We need to know what the Romans did for us and how this means we live now." Simone, Year 4
"World War II. We have been learning about the black outs and bombing. We also learnt about the Holocaust and read stories from the Holocaust. It's important because it tells us about the war, the soldiers and that people died to fight against the Germans for us. It has been really interesting learning about the Holocaust and how Hitler treated Jewish people." Finley, Year 6
Pupil Voice conducted January 2019