KS3 (11-14) Topic 6: British history from before 1066

Browse our range of study resources for this topic including Celts, Romans (Ancient Rome), Anglo Saxons + many more. Worksheets, powerpoint lessons all available to download now.

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KS3 History Topic 6

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KS3 Topic 6 Exam Booklets

Practice exam booklets covering KS3 History Topic 6 modules, produced by an Experienced Teacher & Curriculum Developer Lianne Abram. These are fully sourced and aligned to the KS3 History Topic 6 mark scheme and include questions and answers for Year 7, 8 & 9.

Exam Booklets (2020 Syllabus)

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