- Diverse lives: Living in York between 410AD and 1066AD.
- Why did William win the Campaigns of 1066?
- What were the consequences of the Norman Conquest?
- How did religion effect lives in the Middle Ages?
- What was the impact on Islam on Spain?
- Why did the Middle Ages end?
- Early Modern London: Causes and Consequences.
- Edinburgh in the Age of Revolutions: 1603-1746.
- Crowle in the Age of Enclosure
- Why did Britain become the first Industrial nation?
- Leeds: The consequences of change in an Industrial City?
- The changing face of War: Grimsby and WW1
- Chicago: from the Roaring Twenties to the Great Depression.
- Hull: 1936-1945 The Impact of Change.
- Explaining the World: 50,000 Years of Change
- The Jewell in the Crown: Changing perspectives on the British Empire
- Berlin: Centre of the Twentieth Century
- The British Abroad: Empire and Emigration
- What makes History
- The late Twentieth Century: All change.
Assessment in Key Stage 3
History aims to make the students independent learners. To this end the students are given a research assignment each half term. At least a third of these assignments will be to answer Historical questions the students devise themselves.