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Welcome to my Tes Shop. I'm passionate about making good quality teaching and revision resources at the cheapest prices possible. My resources are written specifically for the Grade 9-1 GCSE Exams and the new style A-Level Exams and are designed to help students develop their knowledge. I'm always interested in feedback, so please leave a review.

Welcome to my Tes Shop. I'm passionate about making good quality teaching and revision resources at the cheapest prices possible. My resources are written specifically for the Grade 9-1 GCSE Exams and the new style A-Level Exams and are designed to help students develop their knowledge. I'm always interested in feedback, so please leave a review.
The Provisional Government & Opposition Notes
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The Provisional Government & Opposition Notes

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A detailed set of notes on the provisional government and its opponents. This resource covers: The relationship between the Provisional Government and the Petrograd Soviet Opposition to the Provisional Government in 1917 Lenin’s return to Russia in April 1917 The June Offensive & the July Days Kerensky This resource has been written for OCR, but will be useful to all students studying the provisional government and event in Russia 1917. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
Russia 1894–1941- Question Bank & Revision Checklist
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Russia 1894–1941- Question Bank & Revision Checklist

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A detailed set checklist that links directly to the OCR specification and possible 10 & 20 mark question for each topic. This resource covers the whole OCR A-Level “Russia 1894–1941” course: The rule of Tsar Nicholas II The 1917 Revolutions The Civil War and Lenin The rule of Stalin This resource has been written for students following OCR exam board, but will be useful to all students studying Russia around the time of 1894-1941. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
The end of the Romanov Rule Notes
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The end of the Romanov Rule Notes

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A detailed set of notes on the end of the Romanov rule. This resource covers: Political changes within Russia 1906-14 (The Duma’s and Fundamental Laws) Stolypin Russia’s involvement in World War 1 and its impact The 1917 February Revolution This resource has been written for OCR, but will be useful to all students studying the end of the Romanov Rule. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
The Rule of Nicholas II Notes
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The Rule of Nicholas II Notes

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A detailed set of notes on the rule of Nicholas II. This resource covers: Pre- 1905 Opposition groups Reasons for limited impact of opposition groups before 1905 Threats to the Tsarist regime Response of the Tsarist regime The extent of the recovery of Tsarist power This resource has been written for OCR, but will be useful to all students studying Nicholas II. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop
Question bank- Aaron Copland: Saturday Night Waltz & Hoedown from Rodeo
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Question bank- Aaron Copland: Saturday Night Waltz & Hoedown from Rodeo

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A detailed question bank for the Aaron Copland set work, perfect for students sitting the 9-1 GCSE Exams. This resource covers a large list of 2 and 8 mark questions on both Saturday Night Waltz & Hoedown from Rodeo. This resource has been written for students following AQA exam board, but will be useful to all students studying Aaron Copland: Saturday Night Waltz & Hoedown from Rodeo. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop
Stolypin Notes
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Stolypin Notes

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A detailed set of notes on Stolypin. This resource covers: Key questions on Stolypin Context Successes & limitations of his Land Reforms This resource has been written for OCR, but will be useful to all students studying Stolypin. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
Marked Source Essay on Peel as Party Leader
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Marked Source Essay on Peel as Party Leader

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A detailed model answer to the question “Using these 4 sources in their historical context, assess how far they support the view that the main reason why Robert Peel and his party regained popularity in the 1830’s was due to the errors of the Whigs.” [30 marks] This is an A* answer. The resource includes the four sources used and allows students to understand how to structure their arguments to achieve full marks. This resource has been written for OCR, but will be useful to all students studying Peel and the Conservative Party. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
Rasputin & Alexandra Notes
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Rasputin & Alexandra Notes

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A detailed set of notes on Rasputin & Alexandra . This resource covers: Who Alexandra & Rasputin were Why the Tsar left them in control of Russia Conclusion of whether Alexandra & Rasputin led to the Tsar’s abdication This resource has been written for OCR, but will be useful to all students studying Rasputin & Alexandra . Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
RUSSIA 1894-1941 REVISION BUNDLE
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RUSSIA 1894-1941 REVISION BUNDLE

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A detailed set of 4 sheets and a question bank with revision checklist. This allows students to learn the content needed for the Russia section of the OCR exam. This resource has been written for OCR, but will be useful to all students studying Russia around the period of 1894-1941. This is a bundle and offers excellent value for money. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
Pitt the Younger Timeline
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Pitt the Younger Timeline

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A detailed timeline of Pitt the Younger between 1780-1806. This resource covers: Royal support The 1784 election Reform of finance, administration & trade The impact of the French Revolution Radical threats Whig splits 1790–1794 Anti-radical legislation 1794–1801 This resource has been written for the OCR Pitt to Peel AS/A Level Specification, but will be useful to all students studying Pitt the Younger between 1780-1806. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
Foreign Policy Timeline
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Foreign Policy Timeline

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A detailed timeline of Foreign Policy 1783–1830. This resource covers: Ending isolation 1783–1789 French Revolution to 1793 Pitt as War Minister 1793–1806 (Blue water strategy, Coalitions, Peace of Amiens) War with Napoleon – blockades, coalitions and the Peninsular campaign Castlereagh 1812–1822 Canning 1822–1827 This resource has been written for the OCR Pitt to Peel AS/A Level Specification, but will be useful to all students studying Foreign Policy 1783–1830. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.
Lord Liverpool & the Tories 1812–1830 Timeline
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Lord Liverpool & the Tories 1812–1830 Timeline

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A detailed timeline of Lord Liverpool & the Tories 1812–1830. This resource covers: Liverpool and the radical challenge 1812–1822 The Corn Law 1815 Peterloo Government policy on law and order The Gagging Acts and the Six Acts 1819 Tory governments 1815–1830; Liverpool Canning and Wellington as Prime Ministers Huskisson on trade and finance Peel at the Home Office Repeal of the Combination Laws and Test and Corporation Acts Roman Catholic Emancipation This resource has been written for the OCR Pitt to Peel AS/A Level Specification, but will be useful to all students studying Lord Liverpool & the Tories 1812–1830. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop.