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History

Curriculum Area: Humanities - History
Curriculum Leader: Mrs A Wood

 Year 7 | Year 8 | Year 9 | Year 10 | Year 11 | Year 12 | Year 13

Year 7

Assessments: One per half term.

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Year 8

Assessments: One per half term

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Assessment – All classes will complete assessments as per scheme of work on each of the above. Some will be formal assessment in class; others homework tasks.

Year 9

Assessments: Three per term.

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Assessment
Throughout the year based of these topics. Assessment will include extended reposes, source analysis and knowledge and understanding of historic events. Some will be completed as formal tests in class; others as homework.

Year 10

Assessments: Three per term

Term 1 and first half of Term 2

Term 2 and start of Term 3

Term 3

Assessment

Continued assessment throughout the course of the academic year including GCSE questions some as homework’s and other under formal examination conditions.

Year 11

Assessments: 3 per term

Term 1

Term 2

Revision and exam preparation focussing on areas that pupils are less confident in

Term 3

Students will sit two final exams at the end of the course:

Paper 1: Understanding the modern world (50% of GCSE)
Paper 2: Shaping the nation (50% of GCSE)

Year 12

Two specialist teachers sharing the teaching by teaching two units concurrently

Edexcel Route G: Nationalisation, dictatorship and democracy in twentieth century Europe

Paper 1: Option 1G 30% of A Level Germany and West Germany

Paper 2: Option 2G.1 20% of A Level The Rise and Fall of Facism in Intaly c1911-46

Year 13

Paper 3 Option 34.2: 30% of A Level Poverty, public health and the state in Britain c1780-1939

Coursework Unit: 20% of A Level. INnternally set and marked, externally moderated.

Continuous assessment internally throughout the course, all exams at the end of Year 13.