Specification/Exam Board: CCEA
Criteria for Entry:
Grade B or above in GCSE History is essential.
Grade C or above in GCSE English is desirable.
Students will follow a two year course, with two AS modules in the first year and two further A2 modules in the second year
A-Level History provides students with opportunities to explore key political, economic and social events which have helped to shape today’s institutions, governments and societies. It also develops skills which are transferable and which can be adapted to all work related contexts. Students will develop the ability to analyse and evaluate evidence, reaching conclusions and judgements. They will develop the ability to present arguments or debates in a logical and clear manner, and to think critically, drawing rational conclusions based on evidence.