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History Presentation

History at Camp Hill Boys
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Giles Hill

on 20 September 2018

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Transcript of History Presentation

Learning
History
Welcome to
Achievement
Enrichment
Key stage 3
Romans
Medieval Times
Empire, Slavery
and Freedom
Tudors and Stuarts
GCSE
International Relations 1894-1914
Germany 1890-1939
Britain: Health and the People
A Level
Depth Study: Angevin Kings 1154-1216
Breadth Study: Russia 1855-1964
Coursework:
American Foreign Policy
1898-2003
85% A-A* @ GCSE
86% A*-B @ A Level since 2010
60%+ take up of History at GCSE
@ Camp Hill Boys
Concepts
Chronology
diversity
continuity and change
cause and consequence
significance
interpretation
processes
enquiry
using evidence
organisation
communication
Explore
How has the past helped to shape identities, values and attitudes today?
Investigate
How do aspects of personal, family or local history fit into a broader historical framework?
Evaluate
How can museums, galleries, archives and historical sites influence people’s attitudes towards the past?
Link
How does history enrich other aspects of the curriculum such as English, ICT, Geography and Citizenship?
Renaissance and Reformation
Industrial Revolution
20th Century
World
Year 7 Castle Visit
Cold War Museum
Battlefields Tour
Lessons from Auschwitz
A-Level Study Days
Historical Association
Great Debate
5 places for History at Oxbridge
36 students
from 2012 to 2015 taking History at University - 4th most popular course from CHB
Norman
England
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