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24 Aug: Thinking History’s 10th Birthday

… time for cake and jelly?

26 Jul: Are you thinking of teaching about the ancient Maya at KS2?

Dr Diane Davies runs workshops for teachers either in their schools or as day workshops in London …

Latest Activities, Discussions, Issues, Books and CPD

29 Aug: Introducing the Chronology of Prehistory

A new activity for KS2 …

28 Aug: Revisiting the plague of 1665-1666 in Cambridge

Evelyn Lord’s book – with an approach to history I can identify with.

27 Aug: New Activity: Elizabeth I Survival Game

Helping students to read about Elizabeth I more confidently …

25 Aug: Beautiful book on castles!

An ideal birthday present.

12 Aug: New Activity: Henry VII Survival Game

Introducing the reign of Henry VII and helping students read more confidently …

9 Aug: New Activity: Treaty of Versailles Revision

A revision activity for GCSE …

6 Aug: Just starting a training scheme or a PGCE?

About worthwhile reading …

4 Aug: From the Stone Age to the Romans: An Introduction to the (Pre)History

A 3-page summary on prehistory, for KS2 …

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For the new National Curriculum KS3 – Making Sense of History, Book 1.
See it on Amazon or on Hodder Education

Now Available
for A Level

‘Tudor Rebellions 1485-1603’ Barbara Mervyn. HERE …

‘Nazi Germany 33-45’ Chris Culpin & Steve Mastin. HERE …

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