Through the study of history pupils develop an understanding of the significance of the past and how historical events can both impact and be applied to the present.
Through a balanced and representative study of History, pupils will touch on the full range of human experience and will thus develop a sense of moral and civic awareness. Pupils will be able to utilise a range of evidence to develop both substantive and disciplinary knowledge in order to apply this to what they see, hear and read in the present. Pupils will become confident and competent readers, writers, speakers and listeners through their study of History. As novice historians, pupils will develop a lifelong love of History and lifelong active engagement in the world around them.
Key Stage 4 course
AQA GCSE History Option B
Key Stage 5 course
AQA A Level History
Black History Month
Educational opportunities (e.g. to watch the Trooping of the Colour)
Education visits (e.g. Imperial War Museum, Migration Museum, Tower of London, Norman castle.)
Subject lead – Mrs. Luscombe