Putting the Story back into History


By Alf Wilkinson, published 30th May 2006

Children love stories. They like the drama, the excitement, the chance to listen and to wonder. Narrative is a very important part of history and sometimes, by concentrating on facts or on skills, we tend to lose the view of the big picture, especially in the Key Stage 2 curriculum when we often jump from Egyptians to Victorians or Tudors to Vikings.

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