Education

  • London History Forum - book now!

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    Thursday 30 March 2017 Tower of London Book now for this term's London History Forum! Particular places, buildings, people and moments in time often provide fascinating starting points for historical enquiry. The Tower of London provides 1000 years of these. This London History Forum will share a range of ideas...

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  • Northern History Forum - book now!

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    Thursday 30 March 2017, 4pm-8pm Leeds Trinity University "History is not a succession of events; it is the links between them" – E. Evans You may have heard that famous quote about history being "just one d!&$ thing after another" but we all know that history is much more than...

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  • Help draft a modern Magna Carta

    9th March 2017

    Delegates wanted to help draft a modern Magna Carta for the nation. See your clause exhibited in the Supreme Court. Date: Friday 7th July 2017 Location: Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX Every year between 80 and 100 delegates from years 10 to 13 gather at Royal...

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  • Exciting Developments in History and Citizenship Education

    6th March 2017

    In February, EUROCLIO's work in the Euro-Med region has taken centre stage, with several interesting meetings involving our partners and interests in the region. In April 2018, the EUROCLIO Annual Conference will be held in the Mediterranean city of Marseille. See below for more information about our work in the region....

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  • Curriculum Partnership Enrichment Scheme for Schools

    6th March 2017

    Dialogue between teachers and their students is of course an important part of the teaching and learning process, but when this is multiplied to include not only teachers and students across different nation-states or jurisdictions, but also the different perspectives that they can bring to the same historical unit or...

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  • What's Happening in Black British History?

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    Book now to attend "What's Happening in Black British History? VI"! #WHBBH6 is the sixth in an Institute of Commonwealth Studies series exploring the history of peoples of African origin and descent in Britain.  The day will feature a keynote speech by historian and author Professor Gretchen Gerzina on Why Black British History Matters: An...

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  • What is Humanism?

    16th February 2017

    Schools across UK to receive free copies of 'What is Humanism?' from British Humanist Association From 21 February, schools across the United Kingdom will be receiving free copies of Michael Rosen and Annemarie Young’s children’s book What is Humanism? courtesy of the British Humanist Association (BHA), following a successful crowdfunding...

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  • The Partition History Project

    14th February 2017

    2017 marks the 70th anniversary of the independence of British India, with territory ‘partitioned’ to create two separate states, India and Pakistan, ostensibly along religious lines.  Some welcomed this ‘Partition’, others were dismayed at the outcome.  But the passions that Partition unleashed produced deadly inter-communal riots, huge numbers of casualties,...

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  • The Global Learning Project

    29th January 2017

    Global Learning training courses Global Learning Project training courses are filling up fast this year, and they’re really pleased to have lots of engaged teachers signed up. The next start date for their 6-week online course Developing a Global Learning School is 28 February. Join fellow teachers online once a...

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  • Empire & Independence

    28th January 2017

    Looking for an exciting way to bring history to life for your students?  Viceroy’s House: Empire and Independence, is an inspiring free, history resource for young people aged 11-18 to help students engage in the complexities that led to the creation of modern India and Pakistan. Introduce your students to...

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