Y5 History

Autumn

Topic:

-What was life like for children in World War 2?

Key Knowledge:

-Know when WW2 start and end.

-Know who were the Allied and Axis powers

-Know what an evacuee was and what the experience might have involved.

-Know the role of women during WW2.

-Know about rationing and how it affected families.

-Know some of the key battle of WW2 e.g. the D-day landlings of 1944 or the Blitz 1940-41

-Know how the local area was affected by WW2 e.g. Jewish children who came to Ely

-Know how families were affected by WW2

-Know the name of key figures e.g. Winston Churchill and the monarch.

Key Vocabulary:

-Allies and Axis Powers                              -  Propaganda                                  -Century – -Evacuee                                                     -   Blitz -Rationing                                                    -  Parliament

Procedural Knowledge:

(Skills)

To investigate and interpret the past:

To understand chronology:

To build an overview of world history:

To communicate historically:

Summer Term

Topic:

-What changed and what stayed the same when the Anglo-Saxon and the Vikings invaded and settled in the British Isles?

Key Knowledge:

- Know where the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings came from.

- Know which parts of Britain they settled in.

-Know how Britain’s settlements changed after the Romans.

-Know how Christianity was introduced.

-Know the name of a local Anglo-Saxon settlement.

-Know how Anglo-Saxon buildings were constructed.

-Know how Viking long ships were built and navigated.

-Know the extent of Viking exploration.

Key Vocabulary:

-       Longship                                              -  settlement                                                - era

-      Christianity                                           -     Invasion                                                   -exploration

-           Legacy                                              -manuscript                              -trade

Procedural Knowledge:

(Skills)

To investigate and interpret the past:

To understand chronology:

To build an overview of world history:

To communicate historically: