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01/06/20

Joyful June! Even in these difficult times, find something good in every day 😊 https://t.co/1Y5c4giPpr

01/06/20

Mr Hayden and Mr Crowe would like to set you a catching challenge this week, watch the video to find out more: https://t.co/gyefA8LjP2

01/06/20

Our new Faculty Challenge this week...Baking! https://t.co/HrIXSEXHHV

01/06/20

If your child is travelling to school, please remind them to walk or cycle where possible. If your child has no alternative and has to travel by bus, please remind them to follow the guidance here: https://t.co/u1ZcVkA9by https://t.co/v8btpJ6vPr

01/06/20

We are immensely proud of our students for earning 250 coding awards this year! 🥳 https://t.co/EJMn0aq58l

01/06/20

Welcome back to Summer Term 2! Ms Hunter has published the June Assembly on Integrity this morning, you can watch it here: https://t.co/IinZ1TYzyl

01/06/20

Our value this month: Integrity https://t.co/CrjJMWk1Tp

25/05/20

Are you an inspiring Teaching Assistant looking for your next challenge? Come and join our growing SEND and Inclusion Team . Find out more about this exciting opportunity and apply online: https://t.co/0AWVGuWFLv

23/05/20

Eid Mubarak to our community celebrating this weekend 🎉 We wish you peace, happiness and prosperity to all https://t.co/wWZuJFQs6G

22/05/20

We would like to share with you these wonderful new scoreboards which are now displayed in our hall! The scores have been updated today...congratulations to Hawking Faculty once again for leading the way with positive points! Have a restful half term everyone! https://t.co/sKJzH9IAJn

22/05/20

We have some exciting opportunities to join our team 🔶 Teacher of English (maternity cover) 🔶 Teaching Assistant 🔶 Cover Supervisor For more information about these roles and to apply online, visit https://t.co/1Z85MK1Mo6

22/05/20

At Home Science Club! Can you make a slice of lemon rise in a glass? Have an adult help you with this one. Can you explain why the lemon rises? Here is a YouTube video to help: https://t.co/s7hsGQUZXo As always, send your clips/photo to media.org https://t.co/dZQk2ouNVV

21/05/20

Retweeted From Heads Together

📺COMING SOON to - 'Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health’ – a brand new documentary following our campaign with and the . On BBC One and from 20:05 on Thursday 28th May. | | Sporting Chance https://t.co/rEETfLrwKl

21/05/20

We are blown away with this amazing anime artwork that Year 8 student Kaylum has been producing at school. Absolutely fantastic! https://t.co/fM91CQG2UI

21/05/20

Retweeted From National Online Safety

It's cool to be kind 😊💖 In support of the theme for , we're sharing 14 ways you can show kindness online this . Be positive, be caring, be kind. >> https://t.co/QLwwJMHlEH https://t.co/baFtVBICOF

20/05/20

Year 8 student Chloe took part in Ms Baker's Science challenge this week, using the concept of density to create a rainbow in a glass! Great results, well done! https://t.co/PISVPRZotf

20/05/20

Today is National Thank a Teacher Day! Why not share your message of thanks with a video message or a picture https://t.co/s4bnarFNHE https://t.co/j7qK8ViHk4

20/05/20

Retweeted From Raspberry Pi

Hey parents! This week we're keeping your kids occupied with free code-along videos for them to make entertaining projects 🎨🕹️🗺️ 👉 https://t.co/REn1LzIEXx And on Wednesday at 2pm UK time, we're streaming another LIVE code-along session! https://t.co/8I31rVu0oO

19/05/20

How has your teacher helped you in these difficult times – let us know with a special thank you message that we can share on May 20th - National Thank A Teacher Day? https://t.co/wlp1xRN4Gx https://t.co/vjhQ4wXdpi

Year 7

History is taught in Year 7 as part of a Humanities carousel.

Students will have the opportunity to learn core skills such as analysing evidence and considering the historical significance of key events in English History from Roman times to the end of the Tudor Monarchy. 

Year 7 Curriculum Overview - History

Year 8

In Year 8 students will build on the skills of inference, analysis and evaluation learned in their first year of secondary education to look at the changing relationship between the monarchy and parliament and the Age of Enlightenment, to the trauma of war in the 20th century through the study of two world wars and the Cold War. Throughout the course we will make links to modern events setting them in context to enable students to better understand some of the reasons behind modern international relations and conflicts.

Year 8 Curriculum Overview - History

Year 9 GCSE

Key Stage 4  History will build upon the fundamental historical concepts taught at KS3 such as change and continuity, significance , interpretations and source analysis. Our chosen exam board is Edexcel. The course is split into three papers which allows a wide breadth of historical knowledge to be obtained.  Year 9 students will start their GCSE with our thematic study, Medicine in Britain c1250-modern day. This unit evaluates the process of change in medicine and how it has progressed throughout different periods of time. 

Year 9 Curriculum Overview - History