"A people without the knowledge of their
past history, origin and culture is like a tree
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.
This is a fantastic resource! Amusing history stories, guaranteed to make you smile! You can listen to short stories about any history topic - so entertaining!
At St Cecilia's Catholic Junior School, the teaching of geography is at the heart of the Autumn Term's 'Find Out' theme. Each year group will embark upon meaningful projects to answer a 'BIG QUESTION'.
Year 3 - How do tools help us survive? (A study of The Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age)
Year 4 - What makes a land a home? (A study of the Romans)
Year 5 - Why is our school still standing? (A study of The Victorians)
Year 6 - What impact did WW2 have on people around the world? (A study of WW2)
Take a look at some of the amazing work that the children completed during their projects!
A study of human tools and how they have changed during prehistory, from Stone Age through Bronze and Iron Age.
Year 3's trip to Liverpool Museum!
3-2 had a lovely time at @World_Museum exploring artifacts from The Stone Age, The Bronze Age and The Iron Age.
A study of the daily life of a Roman solider living in Britain and the battles between the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings.
How do we know the Romans lived in England?
We looked at atrtifacts in our very own allotment!
A study of the Victorian times in Liverpool and the impact that still lives today.
A study of the impact of WWII and the impact in had on people's day to day life.
We are historians at St Cecilia's Catholic Junior School. Here is what we have to say about history:
Frankie: "I've really enjoyed learning about how world war 2 effected Liverpool"
Mia: "I loved listening to Neville Chamberlain's radio clip, it brought this part of history to life!"
Imogen: "I liked learning about how food was rationed during the war times and how it effected our great grandparents"
Caitlin: "I've liked looking around our school and finding out how it was used during the Victorian times. I especially liked learning about the different types of punishments of naughty students!"
Faith: "My favorite lesson was writing a diary entry about an 8 year old child during the Victorian era"
Nicolas: "I enjoyed learning about how the children were treated and how some students were punished!"
Caitlin: "I find it really interesting how different the lives of the rich and poor were during the Victorian times"
Year 4s will be having their pupil voice during the W/C 18/10/21
Eva: "I really like the iron age and learning about the tools they use"
Harlow: "I enjoyed writing a diary entry about a child living in the stone age"
Jakub: "I really enjoyed learning about tools, especially the ones used to make weapons" and "The paleolithic age was the longest but the Neolithic was the shortest"
Cory: "I liked going outside and going back to class to complete a diamond 9 with post-it notes"
Parsa: "I like learning about the paleolithic because that was the first part of the stone age"
Rozalia: "I enjoy going back in time and learning about people of the past"
Pupil Voice conducted October 2021