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    Have you seen Leading History Successfully at KS1 and KS2? - 2021-22 (Webinar) – 23 March 2022

    by Cormac Wilton -

    A one-day course for new and established primary history subject leaders to prepare you to:

    ·         lead and manage history confidently across your school

    ·         ensure that you are prepared for the key challenges of the new Ofsted framework

    ·         develop your history curriculum with clear ‘intention’ that promotes progression, ensuring ‘impact’ and prepares children for the next phase of their education

    ·         explain to your colleagues how to ‘implement’ the history curriculum through the six-step approach to historical enquiry

    ·         develop innovative and fun strategies for assessment

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: History Leading

    Price: Sub £190 / SLA £75 / Full £228


    Places still available - Spring 21-22 Primary History Network is still taking bookings! (Webinar) – 2 or 3 Feb 2022

    by Cormac Wilton -

    These two hour twilight network webinars are aimed at those responsible for leading, managing and teaching history in the primary school. Teachers will develop their vision for history in their school while gathering inspiring and creative ideas for leading and managing the teaching of outstanding history so all children progress well.

    Please ensure you book separately for the summer term session.

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: History Network

    Price: Sub £60 / SLA £50 / Full £72


    Secondary History Challenge Group 2021-22 (Webinar) will now be starting in the Spring Term! – 3 February, 2 March and 11 May 2022

    by Cormac Wilton -

    Broadening the diversity within your history curriculum.
    This course is designed to develop and support teachers in addressing a current challenge for history teachers. These termly afternoon webinar sessions provide an invaluable opportunity to learn from and work with the support of the Secondary History advisor and a leading history teacher to develop your curriculum thinking on historical diversity beyond tokenism and broaden your understanding of historical diversity.  The new Ofsted history lead Tim Jenner emphasised the KS3 History National Curriculum requirement, ‘for schools to think about the way the past and its people are represented’ and, ‘for students to explore the complex interrelationships between Britain and the rest of the world’. These workshops will support you in creating quality planning and resourcing to help you deliver a truly diverse history curriculum.

    Please note: This is Part 1 of the Secondary History Challenge Group and cannot be booked as a standalone event – Please see part 2 for details of the final session. Upon booking part 1 you will automatically be enrolled onto Part 2 of the course. 

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: History challenge 2021

    Price: Sub £310 / SLA £279 / Full £372 (invoiced over two financial years).

    Now available to book: Spring 21-22 Primary History Network (Webinar) – 2 or 3 Feb 2022

    by Cormac Wilton -

    These two hour twilight network webinars are aimed at those responsible for leading, managing and teaching history in the primary school. Teachers will develop their vision for history in their school while gathering inspiring and creative ideas for leading and managing the teaching of outstanding history so all children progress well.

    Please ensure you book separately for the summer term session.

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: Spring 21 history

    Price: Sub £60 / SLA £50 / Full £72


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