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History

History at The Royal

The students in Years 7 to 9 generally follow the National Curriculum. This means Year 7 mostly study English History from 1066 to 1500; Year 8 English and European History from 1500 to 1750 and Year 9 English and World History from 1750 to the 20th Century.  During the course of their studies, the following trips are undertaken by these year groups to help bring the curriculum to life.

  • Year 7 to Warwick Castle
  • Year 8 to Harvington Hall
  • Year 9 a three day trip to historic London including visits to the Tower of London, St. Paul’s, the Cabinet War Room with the Churchill Museum and The Imperial War Museum

Years 10 and 11 follow a 20th Century GCSE course which takes in international relations between 1900 and 1945, the First World War, the Russian Revolution and Communism to 1941, as well as German History from 1919 to 1939.

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Flexibility – we have packages available for flexi boarding which might suit busy families where both parents work late or where parents may want some time away.

3 night stays mid-week for £135

3 night weekend stay which includes an activity for £155

Single night £55

Routine – structured evenings including a supervised prep, evening activities and a good bedtime routine ensuring our boarders are well rested for the next day.

Enrichment – our boarding houses are incredibly diverse and act as an opportunity for boarders to experience cultures from all around the world. The nurturing environment helps them develop socially and helps prepare them for life after school.

Family – We have a strong family ethos here at The Royal School, strengthened by our fantastic and experienced staff and their own families including our much-loved Harry (4) and Thomas (1) who have all the boarders in the palm of their hands.

To find out more contact admissions@theroyal.school