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History

Supporting secondary history teachers with resources for KS3, GCSE, A Level and more.

History

Supporting secondary history teachers with resources for KS3, GCSE, A Level and more.

Top up on GCSE and A Level History resources for the new term

Oxford AQA GCSE History

New AQA course offering trusted expert support

Cambridge IGCSE History

20th Century History for the Cambridge IGCSE

Oxford AQA History for A Level

Trusted expert support for the new AQA specification

History Newsletters

Spring 2017

Spring 2017

Including: the 100-year anniversary of the Russian Revolution

Autumn 2016

Including: 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings

Summer 2016

Including: the Elizabethan Globe Theatre

Spring 2016

Including: 100 years since the Battle of the Somme

Tips and advice from fellow History teachers

Secondary History Dani Hilliard Spring 2017

Dr Dani Hilliard, Argue to Think

The importance of debate in the classroom

David Sheldon, British Museum

The power of object-based learning

Mike Maddison, Preparing for GCSEs

An open letter to all history subject leaders

Aaron Wilkes, Head of History

GCSE History: All Change?

Aaron Wilkes, Head of History

Lost without National Curriculum levels?

Kate Brennan, Act the Facts

Teaching history through scripted drama

Ellen Longley, AST of history

Teaching history for non-specialists

Aaron Wilkes, Head of history

Top GCSE exam tips

Oxford History Authors

KS3, GCSE and A Level History reviews

  • KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes

    "I LOVE the new editions of these, as far as I'm concerned, classroom staples.

    I have started to think about the new curriculum and these undoubtedly have helped the process. Excellent!"

    Teacher review on Amazon, 9 Feb 2014

  • Oxford AQA GCSE History - Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and Dictatorship

    "This book has a nice balance between the use of text, source, diagram and identifiers for practice questions and study tips. Students who are visual learners have been well catered for while the extension sections within the book pick up on some of the more challenging concepts.

    This is not a book that necessarily tells you how you should do things, this is a book that invites you to think about how you can use the information within it to enable students to be better prepared."

    Steve Day, July 2016

  • Oxford AQA History for A Level - Tsarist and Communist Russia: 1855-1964

    "Fabulous book for the course, really helps me understand everything and the layout is so colourful and easy to read and understand. The exam questions the book offers are helpful and it is very suited to the course. 100% would recommend!"

    5* Amazon review, Oct 2015

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