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5 Jun: Valuable Reading on Henry VII and the Early Tudors

Valuable reading including a very helpful review essay summarising changing interpretations of Henry VII and much else …

30 May: Conference and Resources News, Summer 2017

An update on summer CPD courses and potentially useful resources …

29 May: Using Domesday Book to Explore the Norman Conquest

A pair of resources on Domesday Book created by Ruth Lingard, Helen Snelson and Professor Stephen Baxter for use at GCSE and perhaps at KS3.

26 May: Flipped Learning and Independent Study: a 1970s forerunner?

A quick description of how we tried to give students more independence in A level studying – all of forty years ago …

23 Apr: Ian Coulson Annual Bursary for Local History / Archaeology in Kent Schools

Details of this new award worth up to £1000 for teachers in Kent schools in memory of a great teacher and friend

22 Apr: Understanding Feudalism

An introductory activity for KS3 from Andrew Morel, helping students understand the core feudal relationships …

1 Feb: Helping students think about the provenance of sources

A couple of ideas – students assess the likely certainty of answer or predict what a source will say before they read or look at it …

24 Jan: Exploring & Teaching Medieval History

Introducing a new long-term project exploring approaches to teaching about the Middle Ages and also a new HA publication on the same theme ….

13 Jan: The Fishpool Hoard

Is it evidence of Lancastrian resistance 1461-1464?

8 Jan: The Ryther Hoard and the Lambert Simnel Rebellion

A new resource for A level …

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