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Our Vision for History at St Anne’s Catholic Primary School

It is our vision at St Anne’s that our children should have positive attitudes towards and great enthusiasm for History.

Children are encouraged to be interested in and observant about the historical and social aspects of their local environment, British and World history.

By the time the children leave us at the end of year six we aim for them to be confident to ask questions, provide explanations based on evidence, put forward opinions and present their own point of view. Through the study of history we will equip them with investigative and enquiry skills alongside the ability to analyse, evaluate and present evidence competently.

We hope that our children will always ask the question ‘why’ and take with them a deep respect for the values and cultures of people represented in the past and present, alongside an appreciation of their own identity and heritage.

 

History Policy

Children at St Anne’s are enthusiastic about History and enjoy the topics that they explore in School. So why not encourage their interest out of School and visit one of our local museums for a fantastic day out and entry to each venue is free!

At the World Museum you will discover amazing collections including Ancient Civilisations, The Natural World and Dinosaurs. The Ancient Egypt Gallery has some interesting and unusual artefacts on display. Just visit http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml for more information or follow them on Twitter @World_Museum

Try the Museum of Liverpool to discover more about the history of life in Liverpool including transport, community, music, sport and trade. Visit http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mol to find out more.

The Maritime Museum offers a wealth of information about our city’s heritage as an international port and its trade links across the world. You will find models of various shipping vessels on display including the famous Lusitania.
Visit http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mol

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