Year 8 – Power - How did our country transform itself from country with powers vested in a monarch to one vested in Parliament? What changed in the United Kingdom to bring about a war between King and Parliament?
Year 8 – The Industrial Age - What factors and individuals contributed to turning the United Kingdom into the words first industrialised society? How did our country change and how did the people change with it? How do economics, social conditions and politics all combine and interlink?
Dish and Dishonesty - Worksheet to support the Blackadder Episode
Year 8 The Imperial Age - How did the United Kingdom turn its newly acquired industrial power into the worlds greatest empire? Was the Empire a force for good or bad?
Year 8 – The Twentieth Century – World War One - A study of the optimism of the new century and the causes and consequences of the Great War
Year 9 - The Twentieth Century – Democracy & Dictatorships – This unit will allow students to compare their evolving understanding of the British system of government with three contrasting and significant nations representing the two major political systems of the Twentieth Century: The USA, USSR and Nazi Germany
Year 9 - The Twentieth Century – Aspects of the Modern World – This unit will bring students understanding of History up to contemporary events which have shaped both the lives of their Grand Parents and Parents. From the Cold War to 9-11 and the role of ideology we aim for students to grasp the complexity and interrelated nature of the sweep of History.
-1 Topic 1 Learning Placemat: Medieval Medicine
9 -1 Topic 2 Learning Placemat: Renaissance Medicine
9 -1 Topic 3 Learning Placemat 1750-1900
9 -1 Topic 4 Learning Placemat: Twentieth Century onwards
Medieval Apocalypse - Worksheet to support the BBC Documentary
9-1 Topic 1:
Weimar Germany 1918-29 - Learning Placemat
9-1 Topic 2: The Rise of Hitler and the Nazis - Learning Placemat
9-1 Topic 3 Co-ordination and Control - Learning Placemat
9-1 Topic 4: Life in Nazi Germany - Learning Placemat
9-1 Topic 1:
Origins of the Cold War 1945-58 - Learning Placemat
9-1 Topic 2: Increasing Tensions between East and West 1958-70 - Learning Placemat
9-1 Topic 3 The End of the Cold War 1980-91 - Learning Placemat
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemat for Early Elizabethan England: 1558 - 88 -Topic 1 - Queen, Government and Religion 1558 - 69
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemat for Early Elizabethan England: 1558 - 88Topic 2 - Challenges to Elizabeth at home and abroad 1569 - 88
9-1 Edexcel History Learning/Topic Placemat for Early Elizabethan England: 1558 - 88Topic 3 – Elizabethan Society in the age of exploration, 1558 - 88
Year 12 - Designed initially to support the Edexcel Boom, Bust and Recovery course, the resources below have been written to to provide both variety, depth and independence to student learning. Wider reading around topics is supported by comprehensive worksheets providing both higher and order activities to broaden understanding.
Year 13 - Designed initially to support the Edexcel Gaining and Losing an Empire 1763-1914 course, the resources below have been written to to provide both variety, depth and independence to student learning. Wider reading around topics is supported by comprehensive worksheets providing both higher and order activities to broaden understanding whilst numerous documentaries are suported in a simillar way.
Teacher Guidance Film
Canada: A People's History - Episode 7- Rebellion and Reform - Supporting Worksheet
Canada: A People's History - Episode 5- A Question of Loyalties - Supporting Worksheet
Coursework Booklet - for A level History focusing on the Russian Revolution. The coursework question is: 'Historians have disagreed about the causes of the Russian Revolution. What is your view about the cause of the Russian Revolution.'