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1 Feb: Conference Round Up

Four upcoming events – two HA, two SHP – Bristol, Leeds, Harrogate and Leeds again.

31 Jan: Medieval surgery – John Bradmore’s treatment of Henry V

For GCSE Medicine – but also useful for KS3 or A level …

17 Dec: Donations in Memory of Ian Coulson

A ‘Just Giving’ page has been set up …

10 Dec: Ian Coulson: In Memoriam

Teacher, advisor, SHP Fellow, archaeologist, friend …

9 Nov: When was it best to live in …?

A ‘how to do it’ guide to creating an overview of the history of your locality, whilst developing knowledge, chronological understanding, evidence skills etc.

4 Nov: HA Teaching Fellowships in Fifteenth Century History: Programme Details

More details aiming to give potential applicants a clear idea of the structure and content of the course …

3 Nov: News of Courses

… with the Northern History Forum, the HA and SHP …

31 Oct: Making Magna Carta Personal

An activity that sets students ‘thinking from the inside’ as barons facing King John …

19 Oct: Some Hodder textbooks for new Edexcel GCSE

Outlining how Dale Banham and I are approaching a new series of books for three elements of the new Edexcel GCSE specification …

5 Oct: Is the past a foreign country?

Musings on a 15thC poem (with some history curriculum links too) …

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