Mrs. V. Mtisi
Mr C. Mutseriwa
“Not to know what happened in former times is to continue always a child.” Cicero
The History department has dynamic, exciting and seasoned teachers. As teachers, we all have a passion for our subject and the exciting opportunities and experiences it brings to our students.
Why study History
History should be studied because it is essential to individuals and to society, and because it shelters beauty. History helps us understand people and societies. History helps us understand change and how the society we live in came into being. And most of all, it’s interesting!
Every year we arrange visits to local historical monuments so that the students can experience and learn from them.
An exciting survey of international relations from 1914 to 1991. This requires students to develop skills of analysis selection, research and communication.
9389 AS Level
Consists of 2 papers which focus on 1912 European History and continues to further develop analytical skills.
9697 A2 History Cambridge
Constitute one Depth Study; ‘Europe made the Dictators’ which focuses on the period 1919 – 1945. Plus one historiographical option ‘The Origins of the Cold War 1945 – 1949’. Historiography is the study of different historical interpretations of an event. This is an exciting new addition to the syllabus.
- Law – Most universities demand history at A Level for admission to a degree programme
- Social Sciences
Many employers now recognise that the skills history develops makes applicants who have a history qualification very employable.