This knowledge-rich main project teaches children about the English and British monarchy from AD 871 to the present day. Using timelines, information about royal palaces, portraits and other historical sources, they build up an understanding of the monarchs and then research six of the most significant sovereigns.
This project is part of the Cornerstones Curriculum which is available through an annual licence for Curriculum Maestro.
Our children are now becoming knowledge-rich, due to all the support that we’ve been given through the curriculum and Cornerstones. It’s been a fantastic resource for us, to make sure we have challenge in every lesson.
Hannah Brookes, Senior Leader, York
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Conrad Fox – Headteacher, Hunmanby Primary School, England
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Charlotte Gibbins – Thurlstone Primary School, England
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Kathryn – Teacher, Langton Primary School
It has been a revelation. Staff are finding their way through it and if we have any questions, the support from Cornerstones is amazing. We always get answers to our questions. It is now our one-stop-shop for curriculum with linked up thinking and approach through an intuitive and user-friendly system.
Moira Cross – Executive head, Dordon Primary School