AceTute tutorials for Year Group 1 History support the student’s learning at Key Stage 1.
Reflecting the National Curriculum, they can improve the attainment of students who are falling behind the expected level of attainment – and offer ‘stretching work for pupils whose attainment is significantly above the expected standard’.
Tutorials can offer support for the following key elements of the Key Stage 1 History curriculum:
- An awareness of the past
- Changes within living memory
- Events beyond living memory that are significant globally or nationally (e.g. the Great Fire of London)
- The lives of significant individuals in the past (e.g. Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria; Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong; William Caxton and Tim Berners-Lee; Peter Bruegel the Elder and L S Lowry; Rosa Parks and Emily Davison; Mary Seacole and/or Florence Nightingale and Edith Cavell)
- Significant historical events in the student’s own locality
All our tutorials are designed to be intellectually stimulating for our students and are focussed on academic excellence whilst removing the pressure students face in challenging times.
Our aim is to improve the prospect of exam success whilst always being mindful of our students’ wellbeing.
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