Many agree with the need to diversify the curriculum but how should it be done? Elena Stevens introduces you to her ground-breaking new approach.
Sarah Jackson Buckley explains how to embed substantive concepts across your curriculum. Sarah also provides loads of examples for you to use.
Claire Hollis on making the A level curriculum more representative. Claire explains the barriers she faced and offers clear solutions to help you to provide a more representative curriculum .
From Diversification to Decolonisation: A realistic guide to decolonising your Key Stage 3 History curriculum
In this illuminating piece, Molly Navey and Ellie Obsorne from Priory School in Lewes explain why and how they have worked hard to decolonise their KS3 curriculum. They provide an excellent rationale and free downloadable resources too.
In this practical article, Simon gives you a handful of different ways that you can use historical scholarship with your students.
Why should you bother listening to your students? Neil Bates and Robbie Bowry describe how their students helped to guide and shape some of the department’s lessons and historical enquiries.
How the structure that many history teachers use to support their students written responses, could actually be hindering them. John Hough outlines the issues and offers some clever, practical solutions.
Colleagues Tom Cox and Jake Watts discuss how they tried to use the written work of historians to help deepen their students’ contextual knowledge. The results of their study are most revealing.
Inspiring ideas that you can use immediately in the classroom – join us for the Practical Histories Conference.
Tim Jenner, Ofsted’s National Lead for History summarises the recently published Research Review and provides you with 10 key findings.