Every thread of History has its own stories. Every country, every person, every era, every culture. Millions of stories, all making up our illustrious* past. The obvious question is - where do we start? Learning KS2 History is your chance to learn more about the people and stories that came before you. You’ll be thrilled to know the National Curriculum picks out some of the best stories for you to study.
They did all the boring digging, so you get to learn the most interesting stuff!
*It’s a fancy word for respected and admired. We’re trying to keep in with the tone of all the Kings and Queens, if you don’t mind.
You can leave your dull textbooks at home because we’re going to discover the Aztecs, the Romans, the Tudors and the Vikings in a way that you’ll love. We’ll follow all those stories and more through our revision quizzes, where you can build an impressive understanding of all the empires and traditions that were established well before your head popped into the world.
“Why do we have to know about History? It’s already happened!” we hear you wail.
Listen up, little squids. The future and our history are more closely related than you might realise. How do you think we built the foundations for law and politics and all that other important stuff? The more we know about the people who lived before us, the more tools we have to build a better life now. Besides, learning about mummies and ancient inventions is fascinating...
Join us on our quest for stories. We’re going to follow some of the most breathtaking and shocking historical events that have ever happened. We’ll look closely at amazing cultures and see how the human race changed over generations. Like the biggest movie ever.
Are you paying attention? This is going to be good...
Discover all there is to know about KS2 by taking a few minutes to read Key Stage 2 Curriculum.
|Ancient Egypt - Everyday Life|
|Ancient Greece - Everyday Life|
|Ancient Greek Inventions|
|Anglo Saxon Invaders|
|Anglo Saxons - Everyday Life|
|Anglo Saxons - Religion|
|Anglo Saxons in Britain|
|Children during World War II|
|Children in Victorian Times|
|Inventions since 1930|
|Pyramids and Mummies|
|Romans - Everyday Life|
|Romans - Religion|
|Romans in Britain|
|Tudor Kings and Queens|
|Tudors - Everyday Life|
|Victorian - Everyday Life|
|Vikings - Everyday Life|
|Vikings - Religion|
|Vikings in Britain|
|World War II|