General documents

22nd January

Year 11 GCSE History students – a reminder that our after school revision schedule starts today.  A copy of the timetable is on the History revision blog so you can plan ahead for the topics that are priorities for you.  You are welcome to come and see us if you would like some help in planning your individual revision.  Happy History reivsion!

Revision plan 2020


17th May 2020

Year 11 GCSE History students – we were so pleased to see so many of you at our ‘How to revise History’ conference last night.  We were impressed with your effort and positive attitude, and hope you found the session useful.  Thank you as well to all who attended the ‘Parent and Carer briefing’ – we really appreciate your support.  As promised, we have uploaded all the documents and resources from the event onto our revision area on the Year 11 blog.  Please do let us know if there is anything we can do to support your revision!  Happy History revision!

How far_. questions – Q5 USA unit_ blank sheet

How far_. questions – Q5 USA unit_ completed example

How to revise content for GCSE History

Parents briefing

Reliability of sources planning grid

Revising for extended writing questions_. Crime and Punishment Q5

Revising for extended writing questions_. Crime and Punishment Q5

Revision conference_ How to revise for source analysis questions

Revision conference_ How to revise for source analysis questions

Revision conference_ introduction and using revision guides

Source analysis – revision template

To what extent INTERPRETATION_. questions – Q5 Germany_ blank sheet

To what extent INTERPRETATION_. questions – Q5 Germany_ completed example

Utility of sources planning grid


18th November 2019

9 – 1 GCSE progress overview record sheets – USA unit

9 -1 GCSE grade boundaries


8th November 2019

Year 11 GCSE History students – today we are uploading some general documents to help with auditing and reviewing your knowledge of content and exam skills for the Crime and Punishment paper.  Use these alongside the YouTube videos on exam technique to make sure you are confident on how to approach each type of question.  Happy History revision!

9 – 1 GCSE progress overview record sheets – Crime and Punishment unit

Core exam advice