History

Geography

Geography

Geography

Geography

Geography

Key Stage Three

At Key Stage 3 in History students will build the foundations of the knowledge and skills required to be a successful historian, using an enquiry lead approach to their learning.  All students will start by reflecting on their personal History and the history of our local community, and by the end of Year 8 will leave Key Stage 3 will a good level of understanding of how History has shaped the world they live in today. 

Key Stage Four

We study Edexcel History with the following course options/exams: 


1.  Paper One- Thematic Study.

Crime and Punishment 1000-2020. With an environment study into Whitechapel. 

2.  Paper Two- Period study and British depth study.

Henry VIII and his ministers 1509-1540.

Superpower relations and the Cold War, 1941-91,

3.  Paper Three- Modern depth study 

Weimar and Nazi Germany 1918-1939.

History Revision Resources

image50

BBC Bitesize

Henry VIII and his Ministers Revision Guide

John D Clare

image51

John D Clare

Henry VIII and his Ministers Revision Guide

John D Clare

image52

Henry VIII and his Ministers Revision Guide

Henry VIII and his Ministers Revision Guide

Henry VIII and his Ministers Revision Guide

image53

Seneca

Weimer and Nazi Germany Revision Resource

Henry VIII and his Ministers Revision Guide

image54

Weimer and Nazi Germany Revision Resource

Weimer and Nazi Germany Revision Resource

Weimer and Nazi Germany Revision Resource

History Vision Statement

File coming soon.

Key Stage Three

At Key Stage 3 we explore a wide range of issues that affect the world we live in today.  We do this by exploring a range of topical geographical questions. In these topics we use examples from all over the world with a focus on The UK, Africa, Asia, The Middle East and Russia.


  • Why does our weather vary?
  • How we all are connected
  • Can the UK cope with an expanding population?
  • Africa – Under pressure or on the rise?
  • Can we ever control river flooding and coastal erosion?
  • Is international aid still needed?
  • How has our atmosphere influenced life on earth and how is it changing?
  • How is ice shaping our landscape?
  • Did the world used to be just one continent?
  • Who will win the race to become the next global superpower?
  • Are there enough resources for everyone?

Key Stage Four

In Geography at Key Stage 4 we follow the AQA syllabus.  The main areas of study are;


Physical Geography:

  • Tectonic hazards
  • Weather hazards
  • Climate change
  • Rainforests
  • Cold environments
  • Coastal landscapes
  • River landscapes 


Human Geography:

  • The urban world
  • Urban change in the UK
  • Sustainable urban development
  • The development gap
  • Newly emerging economies
  • The changing UK economy
  • Resource management


In Year 10 pupils undertake Fieldwork studies off site to prepare for the final assessment, which is now entirely examination based and will assess cartographic skills, graphical skills and statistical skills.  The students look at coastal erosion at Lee on the Solent and conduct a survey to investigate the importance of Lee on the Solent to the local area.  These field studies are then used by the students as examples of geography in action.



Geography Revision Resources

image55

BBC Education Resources

Ordnance Survey Map Zone

BBC Education Resources

image56

BBC Bitesize

Ordnance Survey Map Zone

BBC Education Resources

image57

Ordnance Survey Map Zone

Ordnance Survey Map Zone

Ordnance Survey Map Zone

image58

Seneca

S Cool Resources

Ordnance Survey Map Zone

image59

Geo Resources

S Cool Resources

S Cool Resources

image60

S Cool Resources

S Cool Resources

S Cool Resources

image61

Time for Geography Revision Videos

Time for Geography Revision Videos

Time for Geography Revision Videos

Geography Vision Statement