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    History

    Through learning history at Trinity students will be fascinated, connected and intrigued by the world around them. Students will be engaged socially, politically and morally with the world around them through the understanding of the consequences of actions across time. This will allow students to understand the world is complex, and historical interpretations are open to debate and critique.

    Students will understand that historical context is not solely obtained through academic study but through literature, culture and the Arts.

     

    Curriculum

     

    M1

    M2

    L1

    L2

    T1

    T2

    7

    Pre 1066

    Medieval Church

    Medieval Society

    Religion and Tudor England

    Stuarts and Civil War

    The British Empire

    8

    Africa- pre-colonial empires.  The Trans-Atlantic Slave trade

    20th Century USA- Civil Rights

    The Industrial Revolution

    WWI

    WWII

    The Holocaust

    9

    Joint project on the history of Lewisham

    Crime and Punishment

    Crime and Punishment

    Rwanda joint project

    Whitechapel

    Queen , Govn. and religion

    10

    Elizabethan England

    Elizabethan England

    The Weimar Republic

    The Weimar Republic

    Cold War

    Cold War

    11

    Cold War

    Cold War

    Cold War

    Cold War

    Revision

    Exams