OCR GCSE Religious Studies revision notes for Christianity. Nature of God The Trinity Creation Evil and suffering and God’s nature Jesus Christ Incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and ascention Salvation Eschatological beliefs and teachings Worship Sacraments Prayer Pilgrimage Celebrations Role of the church in local communities Mission Role of the church in the wider world
Top-tier exemplar A-Level Edexcel English Literature essays depicting reputation, love, setting, first impression of Othello and the relationship between Othello and Iago.
Top-tier exemplar GCSE AQA English literature essays depicting the themes of fate, memories, poverty, social responsibility, Scrooge’s fears, and how Scrooge is an outsider to society in A Christmas Carol. Extract questions are attached.
Top-tier exemplar GCSE AQA English literature essays depicting the themes of age, Eric vs Mr Birling, the function of the Inspector, Mr Birling as a likable character, pretence, and social class in An Inspector Calls.
Personal and social influences for Frankenstein and The Handmaid’s Tale.
Grade 9 level revision pack of detailed notes of every poem, including: Writer context Social context Structure analysis Quote analysis Comparison recommendation
Top-tier exemplar A-Level Edexcel English Literature essays comparing the texts on the ways in which they present warnings, threat, isolation and how they criticise human behaviour.
A-Level AQA Tsarist Russia essays: Alexander II reformer vs reactionary Alexander III Alexander II reforms Bolshevik Lenin success Emancipation 1861 Alexander II liberal reformer 1855-81 Economy 1881-94 Economy 1894-1914 Tsar minimal threat 1894-1914 Peasants 1914-41 New soviet 1917-41
Top-tier exemplar GCSE AQA English literature essays depicting: Bayonet Charge vs Exposure – the effects of war Checking Out Me History vs London – power Storm on the Island vs The Prelude – power of nature Exposure vs Remains – experience of war Ozymandias vs London – power
Top-tier exemplar A-Level Edexcel English Literature essays comparing the themes of emotional responses to birth and death, relationships, family and parents and family.
A-Level AQA Modern Britain History timeline, key words and key people revision resource (all in one document).
A-Level OCR Religious Studies Developments in Christian Thought notes on: Augustine’s teaching on human nature Death and the afterlife Knowledge of God’s existence The person of Jesus Christ Christian moral principles Christian moral action Religious pluralism and theology Religious pluralism and society Gender and society Gender and theology The challenge of secularism Liberation theology and Marx
A-Level OCR Religious Studies Ethics and Religion key words with definitions revision resource.
A-Level AQA Modern Britain revision notes covering: The Affluent Society 1951-64 The Sixties 1964-70 The end of the post-war consensus 1970-79 The impact of Thatcherism 1979-87 Towards a new consensus 1987-97 The era of New Labour 1997-2007
A-Level AQA Tsarist Russia History revision notes covering: Trying to preserve autocracy 1855-94 The collapse of autocracy 1894-1917 The Soviet Union 1917-64 The Stalinist dictatorship and reaction 1941-64
A-Level AQA Modern Britain History essays for: Foreign policy 1951-64 Conservative dominance 1951-64 Loss 1970 failings 1964-70 Enviromentalism 1970 Ireland 1969-85 Industrial relations economy 1970-79 Winter of Discontent 1978-79 Thatcher character 1979 Society divided 1979-90 1983 election Foreign social 1997-2007
Edexcel History GCSE Elizabeth practise answers. Describe two features of Elizabethan education. (4 marks) Describe two features of the Puritan challenge to Elizabeth’s religious settlement. (4 marks) Describe two features of the problems faced by Elizabeth when she became queen. (4 marks) Why did the Spanish Armada fail? (12 marks) Explain why some Catholics were unhappy with Elizabeth’s Religious Settlement. (12 marks) Explain why the Babington Plot was a threat to Queen Elizabeth. (12 marks) Explain why Acts of Parliament were passed in Elizabeth’s reign to help the poor. (12 marks) “The biggest threat to Elizabeth at the start of her reign was religious division.” (16 marks + 4 SPaG)
AQA GCSE Power and Conflict anthology practise questions, covering all poems and themes.
AQA GCSE English literature practise questions devised from a range of Acts, characters and themes. Starting with this extract, explain how far Shakespeare shows Lady Capulet as a good mother. A student said: “Juliet’s relationship with Romeo is a rebellion against her parents, not true love.” Starting with this extract, explore the extent to which you agree with this statement. Starting with this extract, explore how far Shakespeare presents Lord Capulet as a good father. Starting with this extract, how does Shakespeare present the character of Mercutio? Starting with this extract, explain how far Shakespeare presents Romeo as an impulsive character. Starting with this extract, how does Shakespeare present the theme of love in the play? Starting with this extract, explore how Shakespeare presents feelings of anguish? Starting with this extract, how does Shakespeare present attitudes towards conflict? Starting with this extract, explore how far Shakespeare presents parent-child relationships. Starting with this extract, how does Shakespeare present the character of Friar Laurence? Starting with this extract, explore how Shakespeare presents the theme of death through the play. Starting with this extract, explain how Shakespeare presents the relationship between the Nurse and Juliet. Starting with this extract, explain how Shakespeare presents the hatred and violence of the fued. Starting with this extract, explain how Shakespeare shows the relationship between Romeo and Juliet. Starting with this extract, explore how Shakespeare presents the theme of pride in the play. Starting with this extract, explore how Shakespeare presents the differences between the older and younger generations in the play. Starting with this extract, explain how Shakespeare presents the role of women in society.