Significance at Key Stage 1

Significance at KS1

By Melanie Jones, published 17th September 2013

Teaching significant individuals remains a key element in Key Stage 1. Significance is an extremely difficult concept to develop with young children, so how do we sow the seeds? This unit looks at just one approach for developing early ideas of significance with young children through the individuals of the 2014 curriculum.

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  • Introduction
  • Teaching Significant Individuals to Key Stage 1

Significant People

  • William Caxton
  • Pieter Bruegel The Elder
  • Rosa Parks
  • Tim Berners-Lee
  • Christopher Columbus
  • Emily Davison
  • L. S. Lowry
  • Neil Armstrong