Primary History 68


HA, last updated: 22nd December 2014

Big Pictures, Maya, the Curriculum...

04 Editorial

05 HA Primary News

06 The New History National Curriculum: How to get the best from Heritage - Kate Hickmott and Helen Chiasson

10 What do we mean by Big Picture History? Paul Bracey

16 A first attempt at implementing the new curriculum in Year 2 - Paula Granger

19 Ideas for Assemblies - Bev Forrest and Stuart Tiffany

22 Britain's settlement by Anglo-Saxons and Scots - Tim Lomas

30 Investigating the Indus Valley (2600-1900 B.C.) - Ilona Aronovsky

36 The Maya : a 4,000-year-old civilisation in the Americas - Genner Llanes-Ortiz, Diane Davies and Ian Mursell

42 Place-names and the nat ional curriculum for history - Jon Nichol

47 Sandbach Crosses: an Anglo-Saxon market cross - Alf Wilkinson

In this issue - Centre Spread double sided pull-out poster. Helping our pupils to gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain's past and that of the wider world After the Romans this time is called the Dark Ages because there is nothing from the time to tell us about what was happening.

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