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At Blessed Mother Teresa’s Catholic Primary School we want every child to be happy and enthusiastic learners of History, and to be eager to achieve their very best in order to fulfil their God-given talents. We firmly believe that the recipe for success is high quality first-wave teaching in History, which is central to the life of our happy, caring school.

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History at Blessed Mother Teresa's Catholic Primary School

What the children say...

 

Year 3- "I am enjoying learning about the Stone Age to the Iron Age at the moment. I like learning about how the early humans lived and how they hunted for their food. 

Year 4 - "Learning about the Romans is really fun because they invented lots of things that we still see today."

Year 5- "I am busy learning about Ancient Greece. I have made comparisons between life in Ancient Greece and what life is like today. I have enjoyed learning about Greek markets and pottery. 

Year 6 - I am learning about World War Two this term. I have really enjoyed learning about what life was like for evacuees during the war. 

 

The Best of the Best

 

'Scott of the Antarctic'

 

'Scott of the Antarctic' was a naval officer and explorer, who died attempting to be the first to reach the South Pole.

 

Robert Falcon Scott was born on 6 June 1868 in Devonport. He became a naval cadet at the age of 13 and served on a number of Royal Navy ships in the 1880s and 1890s. He attracted the notice of the Royal Geographical Society, which appointed him to command the National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904. The expedition - which included Ernest Shackleton - reached further south than anyone before them and Scott returned to Britain a national hero.

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