Hide Search Bar

Twitter Wall

@EppingStJohnsclose
Twitter Image

30/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Miss Viccars

Join us for some festive family fun before we break up for xmas! Fundraising for our PTA and bringing the community together... the ESJ virtual quiz night is on 11th December, hosted by the one and only ! Buy your tickets here: https://t.co/NjpOW2q6KT https://t.co/1u2h3dlQYx

29/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Miss Viccars

Amazing! ⭐️ https://t.co/D8DtnL1hKn

28/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Ms Horner

Fantastic revision resource, year 10 and 11. Get watching! https://t.co/4ANgDwwVYO

27/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
ESJStudentLead

Had a really informative and productive meeting yesterday with the entire Student Leadership Team. Can’t wait for us to bring the ideas we discussed to life! Watch out!

27/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Ms F Clarke

Oo I’m excited to see!

27/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
CathyP

Oh bless you. Thank you SO much. T has something he’s been working on all day to send you 🥰

Twitter Image

27/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Donna Horncastle

maybe need more inset days...lots of home done Eco resort https://t.co/xR5FJmKlwq

Twitter Image

27/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Cristin Casey Music

Looking for the producers' copy of FL Studio for 2 students. Does anyone in internet land have any links/discount codes? https://t.co/17LXfZ97v6

27/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Miss Viccars

Shopping for Black Friday? Help support our PTA by shopping via https://t.co/Wti8kM84ya - nominated charity is Epping St John's PTA. You can also support by shopping on https://t.co/DU2wp58dzn too! A portion of your purchase will be donated to PTA. :)

26/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Miss Viccars

From StLT to an evening with the Parent Carer Forum! What an invaluable group of parents they are - celebrating successes and providing feedback to help us as we continue to adapt. Thank you for joining us tonight!

26/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Adam Smith

Thank you Ms Horner and Ms Howlett, I thought your presentation was really informative. Our students are lucky to have such a brilliant English department. Hopefully we get a lot of students taking A-level English next year. https://t.co/4P6FIm7ZYV

Twitter Image

26/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Ms Horner

Some lovely feedback coming in about or subject information live event. https://t.co/oyHoZccYi6

Twitter Image

26/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Miss Viccars

42 members of giving up their evening to discuss the Student Council survey results and set a plan of action for next term! They’ve been so proactive this term despite restrictions. Could not be prouder of them. 🥰 https://t.co/vgjk1fXajj

26/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Ms Horner

Here's your reminder to join us live for our year 11 subject information evening. We look forward to speaking with you. https://t.co/z7cyFo3VyQ

26/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
ShoeSu

Meant to tweet before to say thank you for the blazers. They are extremely smart 😊

Twitter Image

25/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
MrFitten

Here it is Ho Ho House Christmas Card competition submit your designs to the Art Department by 7th Dec 🎅🧑‍🎄🤶🎄 https://t.co/2sDOZb6EpS

25/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
ESJ Reading Race

This will help you knowledge in psychology and health social care. ⁦⁩ ⁦https://t.co/9FlJ5CrGvS

25/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
ESJ Reading Race

This links to geography ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ! https://t.co/d1Mzkwv03D

25/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Mrs O’Boyle

Thank you to Reverend Lee Batson for the assembly to celebrate ‘Christ the King’ delivered live to all students this week https://t.co/DuwoU1Kcfg

Twitter Image

25/11/20

Epping St John's Retweeted
Ms Horner

Some excellent TEAMs contributions from year 11 as we revised the significance of 'the ring' and Sheila's character in the opening act of An Inspector Calls. https://t.co/iXFQoOWPeF

BMAT Logoclose

Outstanding Education

Supporting primary and secondary schools across Essex and North & East London, BMAT is a growing multi-academy trust with a singular vision: schools, teachers and pupils freed to succeed.

Visit BMAT

History A-Level

Why study History A Level?

The course builds on your understanding of the past through experiencing a broad and balanced course of study that considers modern and early modern aspects and issues that include political, cultural, ethnic and religious diversity. This subject will further develop your historical skills and an understanding of the nature of History

Course Content

First Year Course Content

In the British study, The Transformation of Britain 1918-79, students will learn about the extent to which Britain was   transformed politically, socially, economically and culturally in the years.

The focus of study is on changes and developments over a broad timescale, 1918–79. This option also contains an in depth study of historical interpretations on a broad question, which considers what impact Thatcher’s governments had on Britain, 1979–97. 

The American study option comprises an in depth study of the USA in the years 1955–92; from post-1945 affluence, through racial and political protests in the 1960s, to the rise of right-wing groups in the 1980s and the development of bitter divisions between Democrats and Republicans. 

Both units involve a separate examination to be sat in May/June of the academic year. 

Second Year Course Content

This revisits the topics from first year  and extends to an additional Early Modern topic focused on The British Empire and also includes an open coursework aspect.

Britain Losing and Gaining an Empire, 1763-1914, which comprises two parts:, aspects in breadth, which focuses on long-term changes and contextualises the aspects in depth, which focuses in detail on key episodes. The topics explore the development of the British Empire and the part played in this by the Royal Navy and merchant marines, looking at social, economic and political issues.

The purpose of the coursework is to enable students to    develop skills in the analysis and evaluation of interpretations of history in a chosen question, problem or issue as part of an independently researched assignment. The focus is on understanding the nature and purpose of the work of the historian. Students will be required to form a critical view based on relevant reading on the question, problem or issue. They will also be specifically required to analyse, explain  and evaluate the interpretations of three historians.

Assessment Criteria

A Level History requires 3 exams to be sat in May/June of the second year of study, comprising of essay style and source based questions.

Paper 1 (2.5 hrs)  30% of total grade

Paper 2 (1.5 hrs)   20% of total grade

Paper 3 (2.25hrs)  30% of total grade

Paper 4 (Coursework)  20% of total grade

Future careers linked to this subject:

  • Legal and Political careers
  • Business and Financial Services
  • Marketing, Sales and Advertising
  • Education, Social & Welfare Professions
  • Research, Analysis and Development

Entry Requirements

Grade 6 in GCSE History and/or English.

Examination Board

Edexcel

Teacher to Contact:

Mrs P Wheelhouse

 

 

Website Design By Cleverbox