History and Politics

 

School Closure Work

All resources have been uploaded to Bishop Walsh Keys under the History section. As time goes, more will be uploaded if necessary depending on Government advice on the length of school closure.

Year Group

Work to be done

Year 7

Every lesson for term 2 and 3 has now been uploaded to KEYS – there will be a folder for each lesson which contains a PowerPoint and the resources needed to complete the work. You are expected to work through ONE LESSON per week – for some lessons this will take an hour, some lessons may require longer. Complete work in your exercise book if you have it.

Your teachers will be updating google classrooms with work, so make sure you are checking in and submitting assignments.

Year 8

Every lesson for term 2 and 3 has now been uploaded to KEYS – there will be a folder for each lesson which contains a PowerPoint and the resources needed to complete the work. You are expected to work through ONE LESSON per week – for some lessons this will take an hour, some lessons may require longer. Complete work in your exercise book if you have it.

Your teachers will be updating google classrooms with work, so make sure you are checking in and submitting assignments.

Year 9

All booklets and textbooks are located on Keys.

 

You should now have finished the 1900 onward booklet. You need to download the final booklet which focuses on WW1 and the use of sources. This exam paper will have a whole section on sources from WW1 so you need to complete this booklet. As with before, work through a few pages each week. You will also need to download the textbook from keys and use it to complete the tasks in the booklet.

There is a long revision checklist on keys – use this to guide each step of what you are learning.

Your teachers will be updating google classrooms with work, so make sure you are checking in and submitting assignments.

Year 10

You have your booklets and textbook. For now, you need to work through your booklet using the textbook. If you have lost either of these, they are all located on Keys. There are links to video clips within the booklet that you can also watch. You are all currently on the Cold War, aim to work through at least 2 pages of the booklet per week.  If you complete the booklet, the next booklet is on Keys ready for you to use.  The textbook needed for this is also on Keys.

Your teachers will be updating google classrooms with work, so make sure you are checking in and submitting assignments.

There is a long revision checklist on keys – use this to guide each step of what you are learning.

Year 11

There is no expectation for you to complete any additional work. Please do not email teachers with exam papers etc. as we cannot use these in our grade calculations.

Year 12

HISTORY:

India topic: You should now have finished the final booklet. Send any essays that you complete to Mr. Tallett via google classrooms.

USA topic: finish the booklet that you are on. Once this is done, the next booklet and resources are uploaded on Keys. Use this to continue working through. Any essays completed, please submit to google classroom for Mrs. Hammill to mark and feedback on.

POLITICS:

Mr. Baker: 

All resources you need for the next topic are on Keys. Please check on google classrooms for instructions on what to complete, help from Mr. Baker and assignments to be submitted and marked.

Mr. Tallett:

You should now have finished the Parliament booklet. The final booklet is now on keys along with the textbook. You need to download both of these and begin them as soon as possible. More essays will be set on google classroom for you to complete on this topic shortly. 

 Any essays completed need to be emailed to the relevant teacher to mark and feedback on via email or google classroom. Please continue to check in and ask any questions via google classrooms if you are struggling with any aspect of the work.

Year 13

There is no expectation for you to complete any additional work. Please do not email teachers with exam papers etc. as we cannot use these in our grade calculations.

 

It does not hurt to continue to work on the subjects that you are taking at university. If that is History or Politics and you would like to email some work or questions to your teachers, obviously feel free to do so!