So we’ve studied the Presidency of Richard Nixon, both its rise and dramatic fall due to the Watergate scandal, but forty years have passed and Nixon still provokes much debate […]
As I enjoy the relaxation that the summer holidays afford me, giving me a chance to actually write something after over a month of blog silence, I find myself back […]
Some people live by trends (you only have to check out the latest haircuts and clothes of our students), whilst others attempt to avoid them at all cost, but whether we like it or not, our life moves through many different trends. It’s not all about fashion, but lifestyle choices, exercise regimes, foods we eat, the technology we ‘must have’- trends have a big impact, regardless of whether they’re products of the media or genuinely important phases in our history.
The most iconic peace-time Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, has passed away at the age of 87. It is hard to think of a more divisive political figure in modern British history. Her stubborn commitment to privatisation, ‘right to buy’ and the breaking of union power, along with her tussles with Europe and the Northern Ireland conflict made it an eventful eleven years in power…
Brilliant! This is where the real learning begins- have a go through the ideas below to learn something new & get you going again: Read the information on the board, […]
History exams on the horizon? How do you revise all this information? Here’s some top revision tips: Complete a ‘revision audit’ to see where you’re strong or weak Buy a […]
These questions appear at the end of the Crime & Germany exams, and they’re worth 16 marks (plus a great chance to secure additional SPAG marks), so they’re really important […]