History

History

How did the Nazi Party get into power? What was the Wall Street Crash and how did America recover from it? History is more than learning about historical events; we challenge interpretations of the past so that we can understand how events of the past shaped our lives today. This is an exciting and varied course which will give you the skills and knowledge to succeed in higher education or the workplace.

Factfile:
Duration: 2 years
Starting date: September 2018
Location: SRC Bede Sixth Form


What will you do?

You’ll cover 4 main topics:

  • Britain Transformed 1918 – 1990
  • The USA: Boom, Bust and Recovery
  • The witch craze in Britain, Europe and North America
  • Coursework – Nazi Germany

How will you learn?

History students learn in a variety of ways including group work, interactive tasks, individual research, presentations, debates and comprehension activities.

 

How are you assessed?

2 x 2hr 15 exams

1 x 1hr 30 exam

1 x coursework

 

You need:

GCSE English Language grade C/4 or above. GCSE History is not essential but recommended.

 

What do you need to know?

In recent years History students have been able to make visits to Westminster Parliament, Auschwitz and Washington D.C.

 

What’s next?

You could go on to study history or a related subject at university and go on to a future career in areas such as law, politics, teaching,

museum or library work or journalism.

 

How do I apply/enrol? www.stockton.ac.uk/apply

 

3 Reasons to join us

  1. History consistently achieves high pass rates at A Level. Our students went on to study at prestigious universities such as Durham, Newcastle and York.
  2. As well as helping you get to University, History is well respected by employers. You will learn to form your own opinion, weigh up evidence, support your ideas with facts and manage your time effectively
  3. History will help you to gain an understanding of the world we live in. You will learn about everything from the economy to religion to politics. History can boost your understanding in other subjects.