By the end of year 11 students will be able to build on their work at 7-10:
Demonstrate a strong knowledge and understanding of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman England period, the events of 1066 and how those events shaped England in the decades immediately afterwards.
Demonstrate a strong knowledge and understanding of the cold war period – why and how things happened and occurred the way they did and the real world implications those events had at the time and today,
- Explain how events have consequences by demonstrating through historical examples the consequences of historical events both in the short term and the long term.
- Explain the narrative of a historical event or events by linking historical knowledge together in a chronological and well selected order of events.
- Effectively analyse and explain the significance of certain events or individuals on pre selected historical time periods.
- Modules 1-3: Anglo-Saxon & Norman England
- Modules 4-6: Superpower Relations and the Cold War
By the end of year 10 students will be able to build on their work at 7-9
Demonstrate a strong knowledge and understanding of the Weimar Republic and its constitution with a view to comprehending the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party within the 1920s and 30s. Then how the Nazi state was governed and the impact of this on the populace.
Demonstrate a strong knowledge and understanding of how medicine has progressed over time from the medieval period to today, Judge the significance of certain factors in relation to why progression occurred or didn’t.
- Judge historical sources for inference and provide accurate evidence from the source and their own contextual knowledge.
- Accurately and effectively judge historical sources for their utility and successfully identify sources they could use to expand their historical enquiry.
- Knowledge of themes within medicine such as treatment or prevention and how these things have changed and continued over time.
- Explain the cause of historical events/moments with well selected pieces of historical knowledge that support their choice of causes.
- Analyse historical interpretations of events to comprehend differences in historical interpretation and consider why they might be different.
- Structure and write a balanced and sustained argument that will incorporate historical interpretations in a bid to create their own interpretation.
- Modules 1-3: Weimar & Nazi Germany
- Modules 4-6: Medicine Through Time
By the end of Year 9 students will be able to
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of three historical themes within the modern period of the 20th century. Persecution through a study of the Holocaust, Power through a study of WW1 and WW2 and Protest through the Suffragettes and Race Riots within the UK.
- Comprehend, Infer and analyse historical – for their utility.
- Explain multiple reasons of historical significance.
- Evaluate historical significance to make a judgement on what is the most significant and explain
- Analyse historical sources for their utility around a historical enquiry
- Evaluate historical interpretations to create their own interpretation.
- Modules 1 & 2 – Persecution & Religion: Judaism
- Modules 3 & 4 – Persecution & Conquest: The Second World War
- Modules 5 & 6 – Persecution & Protest: The 20th Century
By the end of Year 8 students will be able to:
- Explain multiple historical causes through an example.
- Evaluate historical causes to make a judgement on the main cause and explain.
- Explain historical change through an example.
- Explain historical continuity through an example.
- Analyse historical sources and explain their limitations and strengths.
- Analyse historical interpretations and understand the strengths and limitations of an opinion
- Modules 1 & 2 – Power & Religion: The Tudors
- Modules 3 & 4 – Power & Conquest: Empire & Slavery
- Modules 5 & 6 – Power & Protest: The Early Modern Period
By the end of Year 7 students will be able to:
- Explain historical significance through an example.
- Explain historical causation through an example.
- Explain historical consequence through an example.
- Examine historical sources and understand what they tell us.
- Examine historical sources and understand what they infer.
- Examine historical interpretations and understand their opinion
- Modules 1 & 2 – Rebirth & Religion: The Crusades
- Modules 3 & 4 – Rebirth & Conquest: The Norman Conquest
- Modules 5 & 6 – Rebirth & Protest: The Medieval Period