YEAR 7 HISTORY CURRICULUM
Half Term 1
Historical Skills
Half Term 2
The Roman Empire
Half Term 3
The Norman
Conquest
Half Term 4
The Feudal System
Half Term 5
Inference
Utility
Reliability
Creation of Rome
Leadership in
Rome
Expansion of
Roman Empire
Life in Rome
Entertainment in
Rome
Decline of the
Roman Empire
3 contenders for
the throne
Battle of Hastings
Problems for
William
Doomsday book
Castles
Black Death
Peasants Revolt
Thomas Beckett
King John
Importance and
role of Mediaeval
Kings
Causes of, key
events in and
impact of The War
of the Roses
What impact did the ‘William won the
Roman Republic
Battle of Hastings
have on Romans?
because he was
lucky’
To what extent is
the statement
correct?
Was the Black
Death a Disaster
for everyone?
Which
representation best
reflects the kind of
monarch King John
was?
End of year
knowledge
assessment
Later Medieval
Kingship
Half Term 6
The Wars of the
Roses
Unit Title
Overview
What these
concepts mean and
historians use them
Baseline Skills
Assessment
Assessment
YEAR 8 HISTORY CURRICULUM
Half Term 1
The Tudors
Half Term 2
The Tudors
Half Term 3
English Revolution
and making of UK
Half Term 4
English Revolution
and making of UK
Half Term 5
Slavery and the
British Empire
Half Term 6
The Industrial
Revolution
Henry VII
Henry VIII and
break with Rome
Edward VI
Mary
Elizabeth and
Marriage
Elizabeth and Mary
Queen of Scots
Representations of
Elizabeth
The Gunpowder
Plot
Cause of Civil War
Death of King
Charles
Ascension of
Cromwell
Restoration of
Monarchy
Glorious Revolution
Plague
Great Fire of
London
Britain in Ireland
and India
Britain’s role in
creation and
abolition of slave
trade
Agricultural
Revolution
Arkwright
Factory Conditions
Mining
To what extent was
the Break from
Rome about
Religion?
Which
representation best
reflects if
Elizabeth’s reign
was a ‘Golden
Age?’
Was the decision to
execute Charles I a
popular one?
How was the Great
Plague different to
the Black Death of
1348?
‘Slavery was
abolished because
of moral pressure.’
End of year
knowledge
assessment
Unit Title
Overview
Assessment
To what extent is
this statement
correct?
YEAR 9 HISTORY CURRICULUM
Half Term 1
The First World
War
Half Term 2
The Changing Role
of Women
Half Term 3
The Second World
War
Half Term 4
The Second World
War
Half Term 5
The Holocaust
Half Term 6
Britain Since the
Second World War
Causes of the war
Conditions in the
trenches
The Battle of the
Somme
Treaty of Versailles
Origins of the
Suffragette
Movement
Tactics used
Success and
gaining the vote
Dictators
Appeasement
German Success
up to 1942
Dunkirk
The Home Front
Defeat of Germany
USSR and the
impact of the war
Origins of antiSemitism
Kristallnacht
Death and
Concentration
Camps
Liberation
Immigration
Family Life
Popular Culture
Protest movements
‘Lions led by
Donkeys.’
Was this a fair
reflection on the
Battle of the
Somme?
Was the role of
women during
WW1 the main
reason for giving
women the vote?
Was appeasement
a cowardly act or a
necessary act?
How far do the
sources agree
about how the
position of Jews
changed between
1933 and 1941?
How did life change
in the 1960s?
End of year
knowledge
assessment
Unit Title
Overview
Assessment
YEAR 10 HISTORY CURRICULUM
Half Term 1
Crime and
Punishment c1450c1750
Half Term 2
Crime and
Punishment c1750present
Unit Title
Overview
Assessment
Half Term 3
Crime and
punishment from
Roman Britain to
c1450
Half Term 4
The Rise of the
Nazi party
Half Term 5
Government of the
Third Reich
Half Term 6
The Social Impact
of the Nazi State
Weimar Republic
1919-1923
Creation of the Nazi Nazi policy to
State
women and youth
Recovery 19231929
Nazi methods of
control
Economic changes
in Nazi Germany
Support of the
Nazis 1925-1932
Opposition and
resistance to the
Nazi Government
Nazi treatment to
minorities
How far were the
problems faced by
the WR in years
1919-1923 caused
by the TofV
Explain the
importance of von
Papen’s role in
Hitler’s rise to
power
Describe the role
played by women in
Nazi state in the
years 1933-1945
Changing views of
the nature of
criminal activity
c1450-present
C+P in middle ages
Punishing the poor
Treason
Rulers and their
beliefs
Reaction to
challenges from the
public
Changes to crime
and punishment
Political unrest
Smuggling
Creation of modern
police force
Changes to prisons
Technology in
crime and
punishment
Abolition of CP
Crime and
punishment during:
Roman Britain,
Anglo-Saxon and
the Norman
Conquest
What can we learn
about how seriously
begging was
treated by law?
Why were the laws
against smuggling
so difficult to
enforce in C18 and
early C19
Describe the ways
in which the Roman
approach to C+P
reflected Roman
society
Why were beggars
and vagabonds
treated so harshly
in the Tudor period
Explain why Derek
Bentley’s execution
was important in
changing law of CP
Witchcraft
Conscientious
Objection
Domestic Violence
How much did
attitude to C.O.
change 1916-1945
Use source A to
explain the effects
of the depression in
Germany
Explain how the
Nazis used
education as
propaganda
In what ways did
the treatment of
Jews change in the
years 1933-1939
YEAR 11 HISTORY CURRICULUM
Half Term 1
The impact of the
war on Britain
c.1914-1950
Half Term 2
The impact of the
war on Britain
c.1914-1950
Historical enquiry
Representations in
History
Controlled
Assessment
Controlled
Assessment
Government
organisation for war
The experience of
fighting
Civilian experience
of total war
Impact of war on
society
Civilian response to
the Blitz
Controlled
Assessment part A
Unit Title
Overview
Assessment
Explain why
government control
of civilians
increased in the
years 1914-1918
OR 1939-1945
Half Term 3
The transformation
of surgery c1845–
c1918
Half Term 4
The transformation
of surgery c1845–
c1918
Half Term 5
REVISION
Half Term 6
REVISION/ STUDY
LEAVE
Dealing with pain
Developments in
anaesthetics; the
work of Simpson.
Dealing with blood
loss: Transfusions,
blood types and
blood storage.
REVISION
REVISION/ STUDY
LEAVE
Dealing with
infection
.
Factors influencing
developments: The
role of science and
technology; war;
communications.
Part B – How much
impact did gvt.
organisations have
on industries in
EITHER 1914-18
OR 1939-45
Edexcel past
papers for Unit 3A.
Edexcel past
papers for Unit 3A.
REVISION – PAST
PAPERS
REVISION/ STUDY
LEAVE
The transformation
of surgery c1845–
c1918
The transformation
of surgery c1845–
c1918
Part C –which rep.
best represents the
spirit of British
people during WW2
SHP History B
SHP History B
Understanding and
analysis of
representations of
history
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