History and geography are key components of the 'human and social' side of the curriculum. This report, the fourth in HMI's "Aspects of Primary Education" series, found standards in both to be disappointing. Inspectors looked at history and geography taught as separate subjects and also as part of topic work, and examined learning, recording and assessment and the use of resources. Work was judged to be superficial, repetitive and lacking in progression, and it was felt that both subjects were being given insufficient attention. In order to improve teaching and learning in these two areas, three detailed case studies are given as examples of good practice.
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