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We believe in the importance of not just learning history, but learning from history. Understanding past events and people and their significance in shaping our lives today is a valuable skill and studying history gives students a better insight into the modern world. That’s why we’ve worked with teachers to create our History specifications. We’ve taken the best topics from our current history courses and developed new and exciting topics that you’ll enjoy teaching and your students will find engaging. Also the flexible structure of our specifications gives you the choice and flexibility to teach the history you want to teach. Find out more by visiting aqa.org.uk/subjects/history
We understand the challenges facing history teachers; that’s why we’ve developed qualifications that help students gain the necessary skills needed to become enquiring historians.
Come and talk to our history specialists on the Pearson stand to discover why our GCSE and A-level qualifications are so popular. Shaped by hundreds of practising teachers and the history education community, we provide supportive specifications that offer maximum choice and flexibility, clearer and more focused exam papers and unbeatable free support to help you deliver great history teaching.
Don’t miss our History Subject Specialist Katie Hall for her two workshops “Delivering the GCSE History Period Study”, Session 2, Friday from 12.15 to 1.15pm and “Supporting lower-attaining students at GCSE History”, Session 2, Saturday from 11.45am to 12.45pm.
Engaging students in history is at the heart of our resources and we’re committed to helping you support your students develop and progress from the start of Year 7. Take a closer look at how our engaging Exploring History series can help you instill this passion at Key Stage 3 and help students acquire and retain the knowledge, understanding and skills they need. Building on this foundation, see how our GCSE and A-level resources continue to inspire and support students to become confident historians.
Find out more by visiting: quals.pearson.com/HA_history
Age of Revolution (1775 – 1848)
The Age of Revolution shaped the modern world. This FREE, curriculum-linked, online resource supports teaching and learning about the extraordinary people, events and ideas of the period, through an exciting range of objects from museums and galleries across the UK. From Primary aged topics about Explorers, Transport, Artists and the Industrial revolution, to GCSE and A level studies in Transatlantic slavery, the American and French revolutions, Protest and reforms, Poets, Writers, Painters and Performers – and everything in between – this resource bring classroom learning to life for all ages.
Cambridge Assessment is growing and we are welcoming Assessment Specialists who wish to become History examiners. We offer a powerful insight into the teaching and assessment of our qualifications, and training and support with freelance opportunities which fit around your existing commitments.
Churches Conservation Trust
With over 350 beautiful, historic churches in our care, CCT’s collection includes irreplaceable examples of art, architecture and archaeology from over 1,000 years of history. These buildings are unique spaces that inspire creativity and learning at every age and stage of life. CCT offers a range of free and inclusive activities for schools, families and adults in local churches, within communities and online. Our churches are free to access and open to all.
Inspire your students and bring learning to life at 400 sites across England. Explore the places where history happened, from world famous prehistoric sites, to grand medieval castles, Roman forts on the edges of empire and Cold War bunkers. Book a free self-led visit, or enhance your day with an expert-led Discovery Visit.
Founded by former teacher Keith Sharkey in 1986, Halsbury Travel provides comprehensive support for teachers who share his passion for learning outside the classroom. So, whether you’re looking for a WW1 battlefields tour, or want to take your students to Auschwitz, we’ll be with you every step of the way.
We are the public body that looks after England’s historic environment. We champion historic places, helping people understand, value and care for them. We want every child to be inspired by their local heritage and every teacher to have brilliant resources to use inside and outside the classroom.
Hodder Education is the leading History publisher for the secondary education market and a trusted provider of CPD and student revision events. In 2020 we’re publishing accessible/foundation edition textbooks for AQA, Edexcel and OCR B GCSE and more titles in the relaunched Access to History series. We also publish the only single-book KS3 History course – Understanding History.
MASSOLIT works with university academics to create short video lectures for GCSE, A Level and the IB Diploma. With 3,000+ lectures designed exclusively for the site by academics from 50+ universities, our videos are perfect for improving subject knowledge and raising student attainment.
OCR (Oxford Cambridge and RSA)
We’re a leading UK awarding body, providing a wide range of qualifications to meet the needs of students of all ages and abilities. We offer general and vocational qualifications that equip students with the knowledge and skills they need for their future, helping them achieve their full potential.
Oxford University Press
As part of one of the world’s great universities, we’re driven by a deep conviction that learning enriches lives. This shows in everything we do, across a vast range of books, learning resources, and educational support, developed by the brightest minds to inspire every learner to achieve their very best.
Eduqas offers an Ofqual regulated 9 – 1 GCSE in history to a large and growing number of schools and colleges across England. Teachers are increasingly turning to us, and entry has increased by more than 10% in the subject this year alone. Proud to be part of WJEC, we provide qualifications that inspire learners and enhance student achievement. We’re also committed to working alongside teachers to further develop their skills, knowledge, and potential.