This website resources has been designed to target the following strands of the National Curriculum for History at Key Stage 2:

The National Curriculum for History states:
In Key Stage 2 pupils learn about significant people, events and places from both the recent and more distant past. They learn about change and continuity in their own area, in Britain and in other parts of the world. They look at history in a variety of ways, for example from political, economic, technological and scientific, social, religious, cultural or aesthetic perspectives. They use different sources of information to help them investigate the past both in depth and in overview, using dates and historical vocabulary to describe events, people and developments. They also learn that the past can be represented and interpreted in different ways.

The website provides links to the following strands for KS2 History:

1) a, b.
2) a, b, c, d.
4) a, b.
5) c.
11) a.
The following National Curriculum strands for KS2 ICT are also addressed:

1) a, b, c.
5) a, b, c.