The History Department is running a trip for Year 11 History students to watch ‘Hitler on Trial’, a play and workshop designed to help students improve their performance in GCSE History exams. The session includes
- A grade booster workshop
- Explanation from examiners of the exam specifications and how to get more marks
- A free 16-page workbook with answers for students to mark
- A dramatization of Hitler being put on trial for crimes against peace, war crimes and crimes against humanity. Students will be the jury.
- A free extension booklet that is specific to Edexcel exam board.
The dramatization will cover many key aspects of the Weimar and Nazi Germany course. It looks at the social, economic, cultural and political context of Germany during the 1920s and 1930s. This will help to consolidate and reinforce the knowledge that our students already have on the topic.
The Weimar and Nazi Germany Unit forms 30% of the GCSE specification and is one of the three exam papers that students will sit in the summer examinations. As such we hope that you will encourage your child to take advantage of this opportunity.
The trip will cost £17.50 and there is a maximum of 45 places available on a first come first served basis. The coach will leave on Friday 1st February 2019 at 9.00am and return at approximately 1.30pm.
Students will need to wear school uniform and may want to bring food / snacks with them.
Please complete this consent form and return it to the Cashier (next to Reception). Payment for the trip can be made through ParentPay. We must receive consent forms and payment by 31st October
Mrs B Fullthorpe
Head of History