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Better Learning, Better Results at A Level History

Knowing the learning activities which bring greatest success by developing independent thinking

In-house

This course is only available to be delivered in your school. To find out how we can tailor this course to fit your needs, call our in-house team on 020 8253 8241 to receive a free, no-obligation quote.

If you are looking to attend a course externally, you may be interested in Outstanding Learning and Progress in History.


Suitable for: History teachers and leaders aiming to maximise teaching and learning of students at key 5.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary
  • Further Education

Course Reference: 7635WW

This course will not only look at how to ensure that students quickly adjust to the demands of A level history, it will also tackle the best ways of increasing student independence. By concentrating on broadening the range of teaching strategies that best prepare students for the specific examination questions, this highly practical course is suitable for all history teachers and subject leaders wanting to improve students’ performance.

  • Planning to maximise effective student participation and ease transition
  • Developing student independence
  • Matching high quality learning strategies to the new-style examination questions
  • Outstanding history lessons exemplified
  • Using imaginative sourcework activities
  • Resourcing to accelerate student progress
Helped me identify clear ideas for improvement within my lessons and gave useful advice in how to improve upon this. Mark Shuttleworth, The Ravensbourne School
Refocuses teachers on how to get History pupils to learn quickly and deeply. Ben Frais, Aldenham School/College
Leader gave us clear strategies to use in the classroom to encourage student led thinking and learning, summary task suggestions were great Emily Bird, Avon Valley College
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