‘Our lives today have been shaped by History.’ This makes History relevant to us, and the society we live in. To understand the affairs of the current day it is important to study the past, as everything that is happening around us is connected to it. History is a rewarding and challenging subject that is both informative and engaging. Students learn how to use evidence, compare information and develop their own arguments and ideas. History is highly regarded by universities and employers. It is a good qualification for many careers, not just the obvious ones, due to the transferable skills that students learn.
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1/3 Important message for parents – your child needs a face mask in school. From Monday 2nd November, students will be required to wear face masks in special areas. These spaces include corridors and dining hall queues.
We are looking for new candidates to join our Local Governing Body at multiple schools within the Trust. If this is of interest, please email Sam Hollingsworth on Sam.Hollingsworth@twocountiestrust.co.uk