There is an expectation that the curriculum is knowledge-rich. Amanda Spielman (2018) explains that 'The accumulated wealth of human knowledge, and what we choose to pass on to the next generation through teaching in our schools (the curriculum), must be at the heart of education'
To this end this eBook focuses on how our assessment of geography, history and science will need to change to meet this new expectation. The eBook considers what we mean by knowledge-rich, sticky knowledge and looks at how this works for geography, history and science.
The assessment objectives are key pieces of information that pupils will need to have embedded in their long-term memory. In other words, 'learning is defined as an alteration in long-term memory - if nothing has altered in long-term memory, nothing has been learned.
The eBook breaks down these objectives Years 1 to 6 for:
- History, and