Apart from being interesting, History is very useful. Employers, who see that you have a qualification in History, immediately know certain things about you. You will have acquired many skills, which are essential in life. These skills can be applied to all sorts of situations.
Course Content and Method of Assessment
Unit 1 Germany 1933 – 1945.
(60%) Changing Relations – Northern Ireland and its Neighbour: 1965 – 1998.
Unit 2 International Relations: 1945 – 2003.
The students sit Paper One at the end of Year 11 and Paper Two at the end of Year 12. Controlled assessment is carried out during Year 12.
If you study History you will develop:
Transfer and Admissions to Year 8 September 2024
Update on Key Dates and Information on Special Circumstances and Special Provisions, following the SEAG Entrance Assessment, are available in section: “Transfer 2024”