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Humanities

At St Paul's and All Hallows' we now do Humanities. 

This means that every week we will have a Geography and History lesson.

 

 

Due to our mixed classes we will have a two year cycle: Nursery and Reception, Year 1 & 2, Year 3 & 4 and Years 5 and 6 will cover the same topics. For further information please see the our Humanities curriculum map on this page. 

 

We hope you enjoy some of the examples of our work which show how our children remain motivated through the learning of  Geography and History.

 It also allows them to make purposeful links and connections throughout their learning and to see how their subject learning is related to the world they live in.

Year 3: Scavengers and Settlers; Early Man

Year 3: Scavengers and Settlers; Early Man 1 Prehistoric art
Year 3: Scavengers and Settlers; Early Man 2 Animals that were hunted
Year 3: Scavengers and Settlers; Early Man 3 Early jewellery
Year 3: Scavengers and Settlers; Early Man 4 We made beads and threaded them.
Year 3: Scavengers and Settlers; Early Man 5 We made the beads from clay.
Year 3: Scavengers and Settlers; Early Man 6 We studied Stonehenge.

Year 4: Boudicca and the Roman invasion of Britain

Year 4: Boudicca and the Roman invasion of Britain 1 Boudicca display
Year 4: Boudicca and the Roman invasion of Britain 2 Warrior queen
Year 4: Boudicca and the Roman invasion of Britain 3 She commanded a Celtic army.
Year 4: Boudicca and the Roman invasion of Britain 4 She was fierce.

As part of our celebrations regarding the queen's 90th Birthday, Year 4 looked at portraits of Queen Elizabeth, and created their own paintings. We hope you enjoy them.

    

 

 

We believe that our children should be given the opportunities to visit places of interest, that will enrich their experiences of what it is like living in London, both past and present. We had the opportunity to visit the Tower of London, where we learned about the Jesuit priest John Gerard and his amazing escape during the reign of Elizabeth 1. We hope you enjoy our photos below.

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