- History Year 3

In Year Three, children start to use language such as hypothesis, analysis and conclusion. They begin to question the strengths and weaknesses of their decisions as well as the idea that there could be other possibilities. This can be seen below where children are considering different hypothesis for who killed the 52 dead bodies at Maiden Castle. They articulate their responses using language of probability such as “most likely”, “possibly”, “certainly” and “could have”.

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