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Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History

Supporting great history teaching

Our GCSE (9–1) History resources have been created specifically for the new specification GCSEs and are designed to help develop confident, articulate and successful historians. 

Edited by Angela Leonard, our resources:

  • support both teachers and students in understanding the new content and assessment requirements
  • help you manage teaching time with a new, free Interactive Scheme of Work that recommends how long to spend on each unit and provides a guide for teaching the content, including suggested topics and an idea of when to teach skills
  • use the Thinking Historically approach to embed activities that develop students’ thinking in the key areas of Evidence, Interpretations, Causation and Change
  • have accessible text and structure, engaging images and sources, and extension material to help students of all abilitiesunderstand and enjoy the historical content
  • offer greater support to students with weaker literacy skills, or those for whom English is not their first language with new foundation versions of the Student Books for the five most popular options.

Download our course guide to learn more about our GCSE (9–1) History course and resources.

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