This subject helps young people to gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain’s past and that of the wider world. It involves questioning and critical thinking and covers topics such as people’s lives, the process of change, the diversity of societies and relationships between different groups.

We found 27 challenges in the Subject area 'History'

Challenge Level NLH
Learners will be able to recognise the main features of a Burns Supper and participate in activities at a supper.
E2  10
Learners will be able to identify the main features of and participate fully in a Burns Supper.
E3  10
Learners will research the Cuban Missile Crisis. Learners will communicate knowledge and understanding of the past.
1  30
Learners will research Martin Luther King to show knowledge and understanding of the work, motivations and impact he had as leader of the Civil Rights Movement.
1  30
Learners will be able to research a famous historical building, present their findings and identify key features.
E3  10
The learner will carry out research into different abandoned places around the world, gather facts/information on one abandoned place and present findings to a group using PowerPoint.
2  20
The learner will experience aspects of Egyptian life and be able to show recognition of items associated with the Egyptians.
E1  20