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Humanities

Teaching Staff

Subject Leader
Jane Hinge

Teachers
Matthew Herzberg
Beatrice Koufie
Amy Maggs
David Pollitt
Owen Roberts
Darren Sharp
Emma Talbot
Hannah Tongue

Key Stage 3 - Year 7

History

  • How do we become a good historian?
  • How did William the Conqueror transform England?
  • Was life really 'measly' during the Middle Ages?
  • How was the power of the king challenged during the Medieval period?
  • Were the Dark Ages really that dark?
  • What about 'her' story?

Geography

  • Globalisation
  • Mapping
  • Rivers
  • About the UK
  • Africa
  • In the Horn of Africa
  • Field work
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Key Stage 3 - Year 8

History

  • What is the role of the historian?
  • How have interpretations of the First World War changed over time?
  • Immigration Nation: Is Britain tolerant?
  • How has anti-Semitism changed over time?
  • America: Land of the free?
  • Why were there so many significant genocides in the 20th century?
  • How did protest lead to more equality throughout the 20th century?

Geography

  • Weather and climate
  • Ecosystems
  • Coasts
  • Our restless planet
  • International development
  • Field work
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(KS3 Curriculum information published January 2019 and is subject to change)

Key Stage 4 - Years 9, 10 and 11

Geography GCSE
History GCSE

(KS4 Curriculum information published February 2019 and is subject to change)

Key Stage 5 - Years 12 and 13 (Sixth Form)

Geography A Level
History A Level

(KS5 Curriculum information published December 2018 and is subject to change)

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