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History

Year 7 Year 8 Year 9
What has shaped the history of Britain up to 1700? What big ideas have shaped the modern world 1700 – c. 1900? How have the big factors shaped the lives of ordinary people in the twentieth century?
Introduction and Sanitation Industrialisation: Industrial Revolution The Russian Revolution, 1905-1939
How can we tell the story of 1066? Racism: Slave Trade Anti-Semitism: The Holocaust
How did William gain control? Colonialism: British Colonialism British Decolonisation in India and Kenya
Baghdad and the medieval silk roads Democracy: Development of Democracy American Society in the 1920s
Medieval beliefs MAIN and WWI Civil Rights in the USA, 1860-1970
Medieval lives Health: Medicine Through Time
Henry VIII Warrington – Local History Study
Elizabeth I
Year 10 and 11
Paper One (30%) Paper Two (40%) Paper Three (30%)
Crime and Punishment – c.1000 to Present Day Whitechapel Depth Study c.1870-1900 Superpower Relations 1941 – 1991 Early Elizabethan England, 1558 – 1588 Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1919 – 1939

 

Year 7 Overview

Winter Term

Introduction to History
Britain before 1066
1066
Medieval England (power, lives and beliefs)

Spring Term

Tudor England

Summer Term

The English Civil War
The Restoration

Year 8 Overview

Winter Term

Industrialisation
The Slave trade and abolition
Liberty and Democracy

Spring Term

The First World War
Rise of the Nazis
The Second World War
The Holocaust

Summer Term

Equality in Britain since 1960
The Cold War
Terrorism

Year 9 Overview

Winter Term

Warrington local history study
The American West

Spring Term

America in the Twentieth Century
Imperialism and Decolonisation

Summer Term

Medicine through time

Year 10 Overview

Winter Term

Superpower Relations: 1941 – 1991

Spring Term

Early Elizabethan England

Summer Term

Weimar and Nazi Germany

Year 11 Overview

Winter Term

Weimar and Nazi Germany

Spring Term

Weimar and Nazi Germany
Revision

Summer Term

Revision

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