The study of History enables students to develop the critical skills needed to interpret historical sources and foster an appreciation of past times and their cultural heritage.
Students follow the National Curriculum Programme of Study for History. They develop their chronological understanding of global historical events and periods and of local and national history.
Students investigate historical events and form arguments and interpretations of how the past has been constructed. They develop the ability to make connections, draw contrasts and analyse trends over longer periods of time.
|US1||Environment and World.
World War I
The causes and consequences.
The growth of cities.
|World War II
Local area study and Evacuation
|US3||USA in the 20th Century
A study of a significant world history issue.
Slavery; Segregation & Influential Black Leaders
|The English Reformation.
The development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745
|US4||Start GCSE History Topic|