Top resources for GSCE History

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All that you have to do is watch the news to see that the teaching of History in schools arouses more controversy than just about any other National Curriculum subject. There are varying views on why and how History should be taught, Michael Gove thinks that we should focus on UK History for example. But... Read more »

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Top resources for GSCE Citizenship

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GCSE Citizenship Studies helps students develop skills such as critical thinking, decision making and collaborative working. The purpose of this blog post is to share with you resources that we think are useful in the lead-up to GSCE Citizenship Exam: CitizenX: This site, provided by the BBC, is a good place to start when it comes... Read more »

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Top resources for GCSE PSHE

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Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education has been part of the National Curriculum for schools since 2000. This blog post sets out to share with you what we believe are the best PSHE resource websites available to those taking GCSE PSHE: BBC – PSHE & Citizenship: This resource is useful and entertaining at once. Featuring resources... Read more »

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Top resources for GCSE Religious Studies

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Religious Education (RE) is compulsory part of school life in the UK. Many people regard it as important because it promotes the spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils. Whilst schools have to teach RE, parents can withdraw their children for all or part of the lessons, and pupils can choose to withdraw themselves once... Read more »

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Top resources for GCSE Business Studies

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Business Studies is important as it supports students who want to understand the way in which businesses operate in a dynamic, changing and competitive environment. It helps them develop a critical approach to distinguish between fact and opinion, build arguments and make informed judgements. It also helps them develop and apply knowledge, understanding and skills to contemporary issues... Read more »

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