Pupils in History will undertake a thematic study of British medicine through time which will include an in depth study of medical advances in the trenches during WWI.
Pupils will then look at a period British study looking at the relationship between Henry VIII and his ministers. Pupils will also look at an international period study of the American West.
The modern depth study that pupils will learn will be Weimar and Nazi Germany (1918-1939) looking at the build up to WWII.
The course will allow pupils to further develop their historical skills through sources as well as causation and significance based questions.
History at GCSE can lead to many different areas, both in terms of further education and career options.
A History GCSE is important for anyone considering further education in the following subjects:
History, Politics, International Relations, European studies, Social Policy, Archaeology, Law, Art history.
GCSE History pupils will need a love of the past and a desire to understand how the past has shaped our future. History helps you develop the skills to look beyond the headlines, to ask questions properly, and to express your own opinions. Skills and knowledge to truly understanding the world we live in.
GCSE History Staff
|Second in Humanities / Teacher of KS3 & KS4 History||Miss Millard|
|Teacher of KS3 & KS4 History / Director of Careers||Mr Adam Curtis|