In this section
- Curriculum Statement
- Remote Education Provision
- Recovery & Catch-Up Curriculum
- 16 to 19 Tuition Fund 2021-2022 Academic Year
- Art, Design & Technology
- British Values
- Computing, Business & Economics
- Careers Statement
- Duke of Edinburgh Award
- House System
- Performing Arts
- Learning Support
- Personal, Social, Health & Citizenship Education (PSHCE)
- Sport, Health and Recreation
- To help students learn and retain key historical knowledge and skills which will give them a framework for future understanding, and enthuse them to continue engaging in the subject whether in school or outside of school.
- In terms of content, to combine key chronological developments of British history with a global focus in order to empower students to understand the histories of their own communities and challenge dominant historical narratives.
- To help students think historically – analysing and evaluating key information and using a range of sources confidently.
For further information please contact the department.
Useful learning and revision websites
Year 7, 8 & 9 Curriculum Map
Modern Minds - Christine Counsell
Technology, War and Identities - Aaron Wilkes and James Ball
GCSE Modern World History - Ben Walsh
In Search of History: The Twentieth Century - J.F. Aylett Edexcel
Key Stage 4 Curriculum Map (AQA History GCSE)
BBC Bitesize - History
AQA History GCSE
Historic England: The Norman Conquest
History.com – The Nazi Party
History Learning Site – What was the Cold War?
Key Stage 5 Curriculum Map
Edexcel History GCE
The British Museum
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Yad Vashem, יד ושם
The Imperial War Museum
History.com - Apartheid
The Presidents of America
The Centre for American Women and Politics