In the Foundation Stage and at Key Stage One, History is taught through themes linked to other curriculum areas. These will include changes within and events beyond living memory, significant people nationally and internationally and historical events, people and places in their own locality. At Key Stage Two, teaching is chronologically subject-based where pupils study changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Viking and Anglo-Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England, a local history study, aspects of British history beyond 1066, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and the Mayan civilisation. Information technology and other source materials are used consistently to support learning. Pupils are taught to develop skills in understanding chronology, remembering and interpreting facts, research and communication. A wide range of outings are planned each year to develop historical knowledge and skills.