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Overview

The History GCSE syllabus has been designed to give students a broad and diverse

study of the history of Britain and the wider world and give them the skills that will

support progression to further study of history and a wide range of other subjects.

The History GCSE will extend students’ knowledge of History at Key Stage 3 by

studying new areas of content and by revisiting and deepening their knowledge of

content studied previously. Our GCSE syllabus also supports progression to A Level

so that students will have a coherent and diverse experience of history if they take

both GCSE and A Level in History.

Costs

Revision textbook/core textbook approximately £15 each

Trips

Krakow, Poland, Year 11 Spring Term, £550

Pathways

Further Education:

A Level History

University:

History, History and Politics, Law

Career:

Teaching, University Lecturer, Historical Researcher, Law, Tour Guide,

Civil Service, Library and Information Work

Content:

Year 10

Year 11

1HI0/12 Paper 1: Thematic Study

and historic environment (30%)

Medicine in Britain, c1250-present The

British sector of the Western Front,

1914-18: injuries, treatment and the

trenches.

1HI0/31 Paper 3: Modern depth

study (30%)

Weimar and Nazi

Germany, 1918 - 39

1HI0/B4 & 28/29 Paper 2: Period

study and British depth study

(40%)

The Reigns of King Richard

and King John, 1189-1216 Conflict in

the Middle East, 1945-95

History