What will you study
Wales and England in transition, 1880-1929
- Living and working conditions
- The impact of WWI on the Home Front
- The changing role of women
- Party Politics 1900-1940
- A study of the Conservative, Liberal and Labour Parties after 1900
- The enfranchisement of women
- The rise of the minority parties including communists and fascists
Reasons for Nazi growth and support by 1933
- The establishment of the Nazi dictatorship
- The roles of propaganda and terror
- Nazi social, religious and racial ideology
- Nazi economic policy; recover and rearmament
- Nazi foreign policy up to 1939
Who is the course for?
History is the perfect subject if you’re inquisitive about the past.
• History helps you develop the skill to look beyond the headlines, to ask questions properly, and to express your own views.
• History helps you understand the origins of modern political and social problems.
• History provides you with the transferable skills employers are looking for
GCSE History – grade A*-B
GCSE English – grade A*-C
How you will be assessed
You will sit two exams in the summer term
• Hy1 – 1hr 30 min (worth 30% of an A Level)
• Hy2 – 1 hr 30 min (worth 20% of an A Level)
A career in law, teacher, lecturer, archivist, journalist, archaeologist, museum curator, civil service and public services.