- Mr T Best – Head of History
- Dr M Langstaff – EPQ & High Starters Co-ordinator
- Mr M Melville – Assistant Head of Sixth Form
- Miss E Marsay
- Miss V Sanderson
- Mr J Sharpe – Deputy Head
- Mrs E Wooldridge – Head of PSHCE
What will you study in Key Stage 3?
In Year 7, students build on their study of History at Key Stage 2 by focusing on the development of the medieval monarchy, from William of Normandy, to King John, to Henry VIII. Students will also study epic battles of individuals and factions such as Henry Vs. Beckett and York Vs. Lancaster. Students will also endeavour to solve the centuries-old mysterious of who killed the princes in the tower.
In Year 8, students explore drastic moments in British history such the execution of Mary Queen of Scots and Charles I, through the tumult of the Industrial revolution, the controversy of Empire and Imperialism and the significance and magnitude of the world wars, finishing the year with a study of key individuals of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Opportunities and Trips
In Year 8, pupils have the opportunity to visit Normandy to enrich their understanding of England’s Norman heritage, and the events in Normandy during the Second World War.
In Year 10, pupils will have the opportunity to visit Germany, which takes in visits to Munich, Nuremberg and Berlin.
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Key Stage 4 – GCSE History
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Key Stage 5 – A Level Ancient History
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Key Stage 5 – A Level History
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Key Stage 5 – A Level Government and Politics