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Year 8

Core Curriculum Map – Year 8 History 2014/2015

 

Half Term 1

7½ weeks

Half Term 2

7 weeks

Half Term 3

6 weeks

Half Term 4

5 Weeks

Half Term 5

5 Weeks

Half Term 6

7 weeks

Curriculum Coverage:

How did the Tudors change the power of the monarchy?

Curriculum Coverage:

Civil War and Cromwell

Curriculum Coverage:

Empire and Slavery

Curriculum Coverage:

Empire and Slavery

Curriculum Coverage:

Industrial Britain

Curriculum Coverage:

How has Carlisle changed?

Assessment 1

 

WC 6th Oct 2014

 

Class teacher exams

 

Assessment 2

 

WC 8th Dec 2014

 

Class teacher exams

Assessment 3

 

WC 9th Feb 2015

 

Class teacher exams

Assessment 4

 

WC 16th March 2015

 

Class teacher exams

Assessment 5

 

WC 18th May 2015

 

Class teacher exams

Final Assessment

 

 

 

End of Year exams

 

Links to NC:

The Wars of the Roses; Henry VII and attempts to restore stability

 

Renaissance and Reformation in Europe

The English Reformation and Counter Reformation (Henry VIII to Mary I)

The Elizabethan religious settlement and conflict with Catholics (including Scotland, Spain and Ireland)

Links to NC:

Pupils should be taught the development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745.

Links to NC:

Britain’s transatlantic slave trade: its effects and its eventual abolition.

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Britain’s transatlantic slave trade: its effects and its eventual abolition.

Links to NC:

A study in depth into a significant turning point for example the Industrial Revolution.

Links to NC:

A local history study

A study over time, testing how far sites in their locality reflect aspects of national history (some sites may predate 1066)

A study of an aspect or site in local history dating from a period before 1066

 

Links to Core Values:

 

Enthusiasm

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Respect

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Confidence

 

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Ambition

 

 

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Determination

 

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