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I'm a Head of History in a mixed comprehensive. My specialism is Early Modern Europe. Here you'll find resources for KS3-5, templates to help run a department, and even some PSHE resources from my time as Head of PSHE in 2015. When I'm not inspiring future historians you'll find me knitting, reading a good book, playing with my daughter or indulging in 'Prosecco Friday'.

I'm a Head of History in a mixed comprehensive. My specialism is Early Modern Europe. Here you'll find resources for KS3-5, templates to help run a department, and even some PSHE resources from my time as Head of PSHE in 2015. When I'm not inspiring future historians you'll find me knitting, reading a good book, playing with my daughter or indulging in 'Prosecco Friday'.
GCSE History tracker
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GCSE History tracker

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This tracker follows the same layout of my KS3 tracker to help with continuity into KS4. Especially as you have spent hours training your students on how to record and respond to feedback, it means they can hit the ground running at GCSE. This tracker includes: A main focus on their target and aspirational target. Great to help students remember what their target it. A space to record historical knowledge after knowledge tests. A graph to track their progress towards their target after each school report. A Year 10 and Year 11 space to record exam question practice. Setting a target for the next exam practice.
KS3 History Assessment Tracker
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KS3 History Assessment Tracker

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Are you looking for a fun and easy way for your students to track their progress? Well look no further! This assessment tracker allows KS3 students to track their progress throughout KS3, whether your school has a 2 or 3 year KS3. There is space for students to record when the assessment took place, what their positives were and their next step. Students are encouraged to reflect between assessments by recording when they met their target. Two skills ladders allow students to use the tracker with homework and class work activities. One ladder focuses on PEEL writing and can be applied to all historical concepts. The second ladder focuses on source skills. The benefit of students keeping their tracker through the Key Stage means they while the scheme of work may revisit concepts in different years, students will still be able to review feedback specific to that concept. A castle for students to record historical and chronological knowledge. A method to include specific knowledge questions within assessments to help build revision and knowledge skills.
Student essays Edexcel A Level Paper 1 Religion and state in Early Modern Europe
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Student essays Edexcel A Level Paper 1 Religion and state in Early Modern Europe

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One word document. Five A Level essay attempts. Each essay has been written by a real Year 12 student. Their syntax, grammar, and spelling have been left ready for your students to improve. The questions included are: How far does religion explain Parliament’s changing influence in the years 1529-1588? How far were the Tudor Monarchs able to extend and sustain their control of local government between 1536 and 1588? How significant were alterations in religious belief in explaining cultural change from 1509-88? Did the Tudors rely more upon consent than coercion to maintain their authority? (There are two answers to this question)
PEEL and writing support
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PEEL and writing support

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Over the years I have developed lots of sheets and displays to help students develop their writing skills. I have found teaching PEEL with a washingline concept the most effective. Here I have bundled together my PEEL phrase sheet and a visual washingline sheet.
GCSE Reigns of Richard I and John I: Life in town and countryside
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GCSE Reigns of Richard I and John I: Life in town and countryside

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What was England like for ordinary people? Students complete research on life in towns and in the countryside before attempting an exam style question. This is lesson 3 in the SoW for Paper 2b. Students will already understand the feudal system and how the Church operates within the feudal system. This lesson requires the Edexcel History textbook for the Reigns of King Richard I and John.
Student Voice Questionnaires KS3-5
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Student Voice Questionnaires KS3-5

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Ever wondered what your students think of their History lessons? If yes, then this pack is for you. It is crammed with questionnaires for KS3-KS5 that ask specific agree/disagree questions followed by open ended questions. As a Head of Department these questionnaires are a fantastic tool to review the mood of students and the impact our schemes of work are having. As a classroom teacher they help with self reflection on good practice and allow for an open, class dialogue on the quality of learning and teaching taking place.
Supporting student independence KS4-5
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Supporting student independence KS4-5

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Help your GCSE and A Level students develop their independent learning skills using this questionnaire and teacher review sheet. The questionnaire encourages students, half-termly, to reflect on their approach to their learning. It prompts students to think about the skills they need to develop and their attitude towards their learning. To encourage meaningful conversations between teacher and student on independence there is a teacher review sheet, allowing you to record how independent the student is from your perspective.
A Level Paper 1 and Paper 2 extensive revision plan
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A Level Paper 1 and Paper 2 extensive revision plan

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This revision plan is aimed at Year 13s to help them chunk revision for Paper 1 and 2 while studying their Paper 3 topic and preparing their coursework. This plan is dated 2017/2018 but can easily be edited for your needs. The plan is for Edexcel Paper 1- Religion and state in Early Modern Europe and Paper 2- Luther and the German Reformation. It includes: Break down of the topic Suggested exam question Mark achieved for the essay Space for student to record their independent work.
GCSE Regins of King Richard I and John I: The feudal system
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GCSE Regins of King Richard I and John I: The feudal system

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What was England like when Richard and John were in charge? This is the first lesson in the Paper 2b SoW. This lesson includes role play to remind students about how the fedual system worked and how it was essential for William the Conqueror to keep order in 1066. It incorporates the Church briefly, this role will be build on next lessons. This lesson includes a brief introduction to class expectations. To support your students see my overview sheet for this unit. This lesson requires: Edexcel The Rieigns of King Richard I and King John I textbook. A crown, 2 capes, 4 swords, 2 crosses, a Bible, tape or string to divide the classroom. A picture of your classroom added to the PowerPoint.
Source reliability task
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Source reliability task

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Help students identify the strengths and limitations of different types of sources. PowerPoint slide 1 is a worksheet which can be used in lesson or as a homeowrk. Slide 2 reveals the answers to help students mark their own or a peer’s work.
GCSE The reign of king Richard I and John I: The Church
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GCSE The reign of king Richard I and John I: The Church

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Ye Holy Pyramid of Power This second lesson in the SoW focuses on the role of the Church. It builds on the information from lesson 1. Students will get an understanding of what people in Medieval England believed in. It will highlight the importance of the Church. This lesson requires: Edexcel The Reign of King Richard I and John I textbook.
GCSE reign of Richard I and John I: The nature of Kingship
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GCSE reign of Richard I and John I: The nature of Kingship

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What should England expect from their King? This is the 4th lesson in Paper 2B SoW. Students research both Kings and create a fact file. Then they consider the legacy of both Richard and John by recreating their image. This lesson requires: Edexcel The regins of King Richard I and King John I textbook. Simon Schama History of Britain DVD
GCSE King Richard and King John Life and government assessments
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GCSE King Richard and King John Life and government assessments

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Need quick ways to test your students’ knowledge? Look no further. This PowerPoint contains 5 assessments on aspects within the first topic- Life and government 1189- 1216 The feudal system Kingship and succession Royal government and finances (and answers) English society (and answers) The role of the Church In addition, the PowerPoint contains two slides with knowledge and exam style questions taken from the Edexcel textbook and revision guide.