During Year 7: Your daughter will be taught about the period from about 410AD to 1500AD. Topics will include Anglo-Saxon England, the Battle of Hastings, the Norman Conquest, the power of the Medieval Church, King John, Medieval peasant life, the ‘Black Death’, the Peasants’ Revolt, the ‘Hundred Years War’ and Joan of Arc.
During Year 8: Your daughter will be taught about the period from 1500AD to 1901AD. This will include topics such as the religious changes of the c16th, the reigns of monarchs such as Henry VIII, Mary I, Elizabeth I and Charles I. Your daughter will also learn about how events of the c17th and c18th centuries changed the way we were ruled and ways we thought as well as seeing the impacts of the Industrial Revolution, including the slave trade and factory life.
During Year 9: Your daughter will be taught about the period from 1901 to the latter c20th. This will include topics such as the campaign for ‘Votes for Women’, the causes, course and consequences of the First World War, the USA in the 1920s and 1930s, the causes of World War Two, as well as the Holocaust, the bombing of Dresden and the post-war world of greater European/global co-operation and when would it have been a good time to be a teenager.
All these topics will be the context for your daughter developing her historical skills. There are six. These are:
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If your daughter started her GCSE History course in September 2015, she will be studying the following:
If your daughter starts her GCSE History course in September 2016, she will be studying the following:
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For students who started A-Level History in September 2014: They will be studying for their ‘A2’ Level qualification:
For student starting History from September 2015: They will study two units in Year 12. These units are:
If the student decided to continue studying History to the full A-Level, they will study a further two units. These units are:
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