History fires children’s curiosity and imagination, moving and inspiring them with the dilemmas, choices and beliefs of people in the past. It helps them develop their own identities through an understanding of history at personal, local, national and international levels. It helps them to ask and answer questions of the present by engaging with the past. Our Secondary History homeschooling course will help them develop a chronological overview and to make connections within and across different periods and societies.Apply Now
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The fee for our Secondary History homeschooling course for Year 7 , 8 or 9 individually it is £345 by instalments or £327 in full.
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I am fascinated by all things historical, but especially Social History. I also love the Medieval and Early Modern Periods, but my real passion is the First and Second World Wars.BA, PGCE Subject: History View Profile
History has always been my passion. I want to help young people recognise the impact that history has on our lives. History can be challenging, but I'm always here to help with any questions!MA, PGCE Subject: History View Profile
I love to read. If you read, you can visit magical worlds and have great adventures! I’m looking forward to inspiring you as you embark on your own journey of discovery! I also home educate my daughter.MA Subject: English Language and History View Profile
This course has made me enjoy History in a way that I would never have thought possible, since I am usually more interested in subjects like Maths and Physics. But the exercises chosen for the assignments really allowed me to think about various issues (like the nuclear bombs dropped in Japan), and encouraged me to analyse them, and form a confident opinion about them. My Tutor’s feedback has been amazing, and I can really see an improvement from my first assignment, and my latest ones. But most importantly, I enjoyed every single thing I learned and wrote about. I did not come close to having such an experience with History while I was in school.