History at Whitehouse Common is the study of the people, places, and events in the past. It helps pupils to make sense of the world in which they live by understanding how the past and has influenced the present.
A skills-based curriculum is encouraged to develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of History. Our children are enthusiastic historians who learn through primary and secondary sources, high-quality artefacts, and educational visits to local historical sites.
We endeavour to enhance the Whitehouse Common curriculum by reflecting the diverse society in which we live, and we study the achievements of fascinating individuals such as Mary Anning, Lewis Latimer, Katherine Johnson, and Louis Armstrong.
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