Progression of skills in History
Early Years Foundation Stage
Children can talk about past events in their own lives and in the lives of family members.
Children can begin to identify ways in which the past is represented e.g. photographs and stories.
Children can identify ways in which the past is represented such as photographs, stories, films, objects and annual celebrations.
Children can show knowledge and understanding of some of the main events, people and changes studied.
Children can begin to show that aspects of the past have been represented and interpreted in different ways.
Children can select relevant information from a variety of sources to make their own sensible inferences about the past.
Children can use sources of evidence, research and their own knowledge and understanding of history to express their own ideas about the past.