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Remember Together: Nuclear Test Veterans
3 October – Live digital event for secondary schools
Join schools from across the UK at a special digital event to hear the incredible stories of Nuclear Test Veterans, the people involved in the UK's first nuclear tests in the 1950s and 60s. Aimed at secondary school classes, this free event brings an important aspect of post World War Two history into your classroom.
- Don’t miss this unique opportunity to ask questions to our very special
- guest, pilot and ‘cloud sampler’ Squadron Leader John Robinson (ret’d).
Read more and sign up your class here:
Session 1: Grappling with the GCSE specification in history.
29 November 2023 Virtual 13:30-16:30
We are inviting all exam board history advisers as last year to share feedback from the history GCSE summer examinations and inform us about future developments.
Steering Group members who have been highly successful at GCSE will also be helping us think through how to best use GCSE curriculum time and help support students grappling with GCSE knowledge content, sharing their strategies. The Network of teachers will share current strategies and success stories.
Session 2: Teaching migration and empire. 25 January 2024 Virtual 13:30-16:30
National Speaker Ben Walsh is delivering a session on integrating migration and empire into Key Stage 3 ‘British History’.
Steering group members will be sharing their work on teaching Empires and resistance to it to broaden the scope of the KS3 curriculum with the Network of teachers sharing their approaches to building knowledge on these concepts through the curriculum.
Session 3: Adaptive teaching in the history classroom. 13 March 2024 F2F at the curriculum centre Winchester 13:30-16:30
How do we make sure that no child is left behind in history the history classroom? How do we ensure they have access to historical scholarship and analytical reasoning? How can they make sense of historical content and how do we know they have understood it? What adaptive practices work well in the history classroom?
We will be face to face at the Curriculum centre. Steering Group members will be demonstrating adaptive practices in the history classroom and the research behind them and will be a brilliant opportunity to Network Face to Face.
How to book
To book a place on the sessions just click here to fill in the form.
We are delighted that early career teachers have chosen to begin their careers in schools in Hampshire and want to introduce ECTs to the wealth of support and CPD available in history.
Introducing Secondary ECT+ is a NEW webinar offer from Hampshire Inspection and Advisory Service (HIAS), aimed at ECTs in year one or two of the Early Career Framework (ECF) programme. Led by our team of HIAS subject professionals, ECTs will attend a free online introductory webinar during autumn 2023. This session will provide crucial contextual background to their subject within Hampshire and will provide valuable guidance and advice such as access to useful resources as well as networking opportunities.
Following this initial introduction, ECT’s will have the opportunity to take part in further bespoke follow-up sessions over the academic year.
How to book
To book a place at the Introducing History ECT+ session please complete our Secondary ECT+ booking form. We will then contact you with further details and a meeting link to join your chosen session. Please note: there is no charge to attend these initial sessions.
For any queries regarding this offer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A course designed for new primary history subject leaders and for established subject leaders who would value updating their planning and teaching of history.
This course will 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.
- Ensure you know what good practice looks like in history teaching.
- 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 keyword search: Leading HistoryPrice: Sub £200 / SLA £65 / Full £240
To complement our Coronation factsheet found in the news items below, we are adding an image supplement from The Royal Collection Trust for use in teaching about the coronation of King Charles III.
(Edited by Katie Scott - original submission Thursday, 20 April 2023, 2:03 PM)