(Fun KS3 History revision quizzes to teach students in Year 7, Year 8, and Year 9)
There are many adjectives we could use to describe History. Captivating. Shocking. Powerful. But perhaps we are better off describing the benefits of studying History in KS3, and at any stage of education.
You see, young grasshoppers, with a complex and thorough understanding of History, your knowledge will have roots.
Everything you learn in school about people and inventions and the ways of the world - it will all be clearer when you understand what came before it.
History is a big deal. It encompasses all of human knowledge up until this point. Everything we build on today, everything we innovate and every new story we have to tell is adding to a vast and intricate story of human existence. Want to know something else? You never stop learning about History. In the coming years, you’ll see news broadcasts and read articles and watch as the story of this generation unravels.
See? We told you it’s captivating.
The big question is, where do you start? As you progress through KS3, you’ll realise History is a large topic with many different avenues. That’s why we break it all down into easy-to-consume quizzes, ready and waiting to feed you with History knowledge. When you start learning with our quizzes, you can enjoy the satisfaction that comes from being a History Whizz Kid.
Want to know what you’ll be covering?
Our quizzes cover so many topics. From the Cold War and the abolition of slavery to the industrial revolution and the women’s vote, you can be sure that our quizzes will equip you with all the key knowledge from the National Curriculum.
Prepare to delve into the past and uncover some of the most shocking, amazing and inspiring stories.
History unravels a little more each day. The time to start is now.
|Abolition of Slavery in the USA 01|
|Abolition of Slavery in the USA 02|
|Crime and Punishment 01|
|History Skills 01|
|History Skills 02|
|Medieval Castles 01|
|Medieval Castles 02|
|Queen Mary Tudor 01|
|Racial Unrest and Civil Rights in the USA 01|
|Racial Unrest and Civil Rights in the USA 02|
|Racial Unrest and Civil Rights in the USA 03|
|Racial Unrest and Civil Rights in the USA 04|
|The Agricultural Revolution 01|
|The Agricultural Revolution 02|
|The Black Death 01|
|The Cold War 01|
|The Cold War 02|
|The Cold War 03|
|The Cold War 04|
|The Fight to Abolish Slavery 01|
|The Fight to Abolish Slavery 02|
|The First World War 01|
|The First World War 02|
|The First World War 03|
|The First World War 04|
|The First World War 05|
|The First World War 06|
|The First World War 07|
|The French Revolution 01|
|The French Revolution 02|
|The French Revolution 03|
|The French Revolution 04|
|The French Revolution 05|
|The General Strike 01|
|The Industrial Revolution 01|
|The Industrial Revolution 02|
|The Industrial Revolution 03|
|The Industrial Revolution 04|
|The Norman Conquest 01|
|The Norman Conquest 02|
|The Norman Conquest 03|
|The Peasants' Revolt 01|
|The Peasants' Revolt 02|
|The Reign of Elizabeth I 01|
|The Reign of Elizabeth I 02|
|The Slave Trade 01|
|The Slave Trade 02|
|The Spanish Armada 01|
|The Spanish Armada 02|
|Women and the Vote 01|