This is a map to show the learning journey in History from year 6 through to further education and possible careers.
Overview of the learning journey in History
In the Autumn term students cover an overview of ancient civilisations followed by the role of state and church in Medieval society.
In the Spring term students complete a depth study into the Tudor dynasty and its impact which leads onto the English Civil war including a local study into the witch craze.
In the summer term students cover ‘Civil rights - from slavery to emancipation and beyond’ this is followed by a depth study into the Native American society and culture.
In the autumn term students will begin a study of Post War Britain to establish the events that helped to develop our modern Britain. This is followed by a depth study of the Vietnam war and the American involvement.
Students begin with a study of the USA 1920-73. From the booming twenties through to the Great depression, it takes a broadly chronological approach dipping into thematic post war society such as civil rights and politics.
Students complete a study of Elizabethan England, considering the impact of the recent religious upheavals by the Tudor dynasty and the challenges that Elizabeth faced during her reign. Some time is dedicated to a site study which is set annually by the exam board.