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Research and analysis

Making the most of local history in teaching

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Cape Cornwall School develops students’ excellent understanding of local history.

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Cape Cornwall School - Good practice example.doc

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History thrives at Cape Cornwall School. Students develop excellent understanding of their local heritage and the area in which they live through regular, high-quality opportunities to study local history. They understand the importance and relevance of history with the result that take-up at Key Stage 4 is well above average. This case study describes four key components which underpin the subject’s success at the school.