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Year 11

 

Autumn 1

Crime and Punishment, c.500 to the present day:

  • The changing nature of crime
  • The causes of crime
  • Changing types of law enforcement

Autumn 2

Crime and Punishment, c.500 to the present day:

  • The effectiveness of law enforcement
  • Changing types of punishments
  • Attitudes to punishments

Spring 1

Crime and Punishment, c.500 to the present day:

  • Historical Site Study – this changes every two years (e.g. London’s East End, Pentonville Prison, Botany Bay)

The Elizabethan Age, 1558 – 1603:

  • Unit 1 - Elizabethan government
  • Unit 2 - Lifestyles of the rich and poor

Spring 2

The Elizabethan Age, 1558 – 1603:

  • Unit 3 – Popular entertainment
  • Unit 4 – The problem of religion
  • Unit 5 - The Catholic threat

Summer 1

The Elizabethan Age, 1558 – 1603:

  • Unit 6 – The Spanish Armada
  • Unit 7 – The Puritan threat

Revision for GCSEs

Summer 2

Summer Examinations