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We are pleased to announce that our new GCSE (9-1) History B (Schools History Project) qualification is accredited for first teaching in 2016.
Our GCSE (9-1) History B (Schools History Project) (SHP) is an exciting new history course, constructed in exclusive partnership with SHP. It reflects their principles for ensuring worthwhile and inspiring school history.
An exclusive partnership with SHP – This specification has been designed by SHP, guided by their key principles including freedom of choice in your site study.
Combines traditional and innovative topic options – Including updated existing studies and new studies such as Aztecs and Spaniards, and the Viking expansion.
Makes history meaningful – Students will explore the similarities and differences between lives in the past and their own lives now.
Straightforward assessment – Bespoke question papers, simple rubrics and clear mark schemes.
Support and guidance – Comprehensive and bespoke support and guidance, tailored to you through our Specification Creator tool.
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Find out more about History A (Explaining the Modern World) (9-1) - J410 (from 2016)
Accredited specification for the new GCSE (9-1) History B (Schools History Project) qualification.
This resource will give you an overview of the new and exciting elements of the specification, together with information on how we’ll be supporting you.
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This guide outlines some important aspects to consider when planning your GCSE (9-1) History B (Schools History Project) course.
Each of these introductory guides contain information on the unit content, its specific assessment focus and an activity or enquiry, together with links to useful resources.
This guide shows teachers what a term's teaching might look like, in order to help you build your own scheme of work and ensure that you have covered the required content.