A Level History
As a history student, you will never experience the events that you study; instead you have to build up a picture from the evidence that has been left. You have to become skilled at asking questions, sometimes awkward ones; and not to take everything at face value.
You have to develop empathy and understanding of the actions and achievements of others; you have to be prepared to put your case and argue it well; you have to use evidence to draw conclusions and make judgements.
- The Making of a Superpower: The USA 1856 - 1979
- The Making of Modern Britain: 1951 - 2007
- The Witch Craze
ALL TRINITY SIXTH FORMERS NEED
5 GCSES GRADES 4-9
GRADE 5/6 MINIMUM FOR A LEVELS
GRADE 4/5 MINIMUM FOR BTEC
IN ADDITION, YOU ALSO NEED AT LEAST A GRADE 5 IN ENGLISH
Historian, Journalism, Teaching, Research, Accounting, Advertising. Management, Business, Human Relations, Politics.