Oxford International Primary History

A six-level course for International education

Inspire students’ curiosity about the past and develop historical skills

Adopting an enquiry-based approach, Oxford International Primary History inspires students to ask questions, explore topics independently, and formulate their own conclusions, as well as building useful cross-curricular skills that will benefit students’ future lives.


Author Helen Crawford
Series Editors Pat Lunt and Peter Rebman

  • Develop historical skills such as interpreting evidence and formulating arguments.
  • Spark students’ curiosity and encourage them to ask questions and think independently.
  • Carefully selected topics help students develop a well-rounded worldview.
  • Thematic studies provide the opportunity to develop a ‘big picture’ of the past and incorporate local history.
  • Flexible and easy-to-implement for the teacher, with self-contained units, differentiated activities, and full support in the Teacher’s Guide.
  • Oxford International Primary History is part of the Oxford International Primary curriculum. Learn more here about the full range of books and resources available.

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