Pipworth Community

Congratulations to Pipworth Community Primary School in top 3% of schools nationally for progress measures- Rt.Hon Nick Gibb MP September 2020 Primary PE School of the Year 2021 - LINKS Partnership Group South YorkshireUNICEF Rights Respecting School-Silver Award 2022

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Pipworth Community

Primary School

Pipworth Community


Article 28: I have a right to an education.

Article 29: I have a right to be supported to achieve in education.

Article 37: I have a right to not be punished in a cruel or hurtful way.

Article 38: I have a right to not join an army.




Pipworth Community School we want all our pupils to have an understanding of the past and how history will shape their future. We believe that high –quality lessons encourage critical thinking; enhance the ability to weigh evidence and generate arguments: develop chronological understanding and allow pupils to develop their sense of perspective. Over and above all this we want our pupils be passionate about history .Our History is full of topics to be passionate about history. Our History Curriculum is full of topics which foster awe and wonder and actively motivate children to ask ‘why’. The learning objectives of each lesson draw from knowledge and skills included in the National Curriculum 

At Pipworth, our pupils are passionate about history. History is brought to life, enabling children to explore like detectives and work like historians. Children are given the opportunity to study a variety of primary and secondary sources, make predictions, build their historical knowledge and develop key history skills. ‘Big questions’ provide children with an enquiry-led approach to their learning, leading to them developing their own questions to investigate. Pipworth pupils are curious about the past and keen to understand how and why events occurred. This naturally leads them in to investigating why people interpret the past in different ways. As a school, we believe that high-quality history lessons encourage critical thinking, the ability to weigh evidence, the chance to form strong arguments, and allow pupils to develop perspective and judgement. Over their years at Pipworth, pupils experience a rich curriculum, learning about key historical events in Britain’s past and how they shaped our present, as well as learning about historical civilisations and periods across the world. 

History Policy

History Overview

National Curriculum

Sample Planning KS1

Sample Planning KS2

History Concepts

Vocabulary Progression

Sample Knowledge Organiser KS1

Sample Knowledge Organiser KS2