Curriculum linkage to KS3/4 History

"History fires pupils' curiosity and imagination, moving and inspiring them with the dilemmas, choices and beliefs of people in the past. It helps pupils develop their own identities through an understanding of history at personal, local, national and international levels. It helps them to ask and answer questions of the present by engaging with the past. Pupils find out about the history of their community, Britain, Europe and the world. They develop a chronological overview that enables them to make connections within and across different periods and societies."
DfE website, KS3 History curriculum

1.1 Chronological understanding

a. Understanding and using appropriately dates, vocabulary and conventions that describe historical periods and the passing of time.
b. Developing a sense of period through describing and analysing the relationships between the characteristic features of periods and societies.
c. Building a chronological framework of periods and using this to place new knowledge in its historical context.

Use the Barings timeline to explore the development of the family business and investigate key dates and events.

1.3 Change and continuity

a. Identifying and explaining change and continuity within and across periods of history.

Use the Barings timeline to explore the development of the family business and investigate key dates and events. Use source material to explore further.

1.5 Significance

a. Considering the significance of events, people and developments in their historical context and in the present day.

Use the ‘All about Barings’ section of the site to explore the role of key individuals in the development of the company.

2.1 Historical enquiry

a. identify and investigate, individually and as part of a team, specific historical questions or issues, making and testing hypotheses

Use the source material and timeline to formulate key questions relating to the development of major industrial projects and use evidence provided in the site to reach conclusions.

2.2 Using evidence

a. identify, select and use a range of historical sources, including textual, visual and oral sources, artefacts and the historic environment
b. evaluate the sources used in order to reach reasoned conclusions.

Use the ‘sources’ section of the site to investigate key events and consider the reliability of such evidence.