Studying history gives students skills which go beyond the classroom and the study of the past. Skills of analysis are valuable in employment, and the ability to analyse and then prioritise information is crucial in developing students’ leadership abilities. History is a subject that provides students with a skills set which is of benefit across the curriculum and enables them to keep their career options open.
• Cause and Consequence;
• Continuity and Change;
• Significance; and
• Interpretations and Representations.
|Year||Term 1||Term 2||Term 3||Term 4||Term 5||Term 6|
|7||Impact of the Romans||The Norman invasion||Enquiry Skills||Power in the Middle Ages||The Tudors 1485- 1553||The Tudors 1553-1603|
|8||Why was Charles I executed?||Why was there a revolution in France?||The Significance of the British Empire||Significance of Individuals in the Empire||The Agricultural Revolution||The Industrial Revolution|
|9||What Caused World War 1?||How did Hitler become the leader of Germany?||How did the Nazis gain control of Germany?||Significant events of World War 2||The Holocaust||American Civil Rights: new politics after World War2|