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  • Primary History 83: Out now

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    Access Primary History 83 – Free to HA Primary Members Editorial Once again we have a wide variety of articles to pique your interest and suggest new ideas or approaches that you might try out in school. I am constantly impressed by the sheer range of contributions that we receive for...

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  • Historical anniversaries calendar

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    This resource is free to everyone. For access to hundreds of other high-quality history and education resources along with free or discounted CPD and membership of a thriving community of teachers and subject leaders, join the Historical Association today  Historical anniversaries can be a great way to get children and young people interested...

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  • Women’s Suffrage: history and citizenship resources for schools

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    Are you teaching 20th-century history in the spring term? Do you want to refresh your teaching of the campaign for women’s rights and equal representation? Don’t forget to register for the Suffrage Resources website, a free resource developed specifically for schools to help teachers and students explore the rich history of...

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  • Women’s History Month: Female Voices

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    March is Women’s History Month and as February 2018 also saw the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act that gave some women the vote, we at the HA know that you might be considering women’s history and possibly the story of female suffrage in school. We have produced...

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  • Parliament, people or privilege: Do we need a better understanding of constitutional history?

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    Join our panel, including Dr Alix Green, Professor Tony Badger and Professor Justin Champion as they discuss how recent polls and election results have confounded many pundits. Do calls to ‘give us our country back’ or ‘return our sovereignty’ suggest that many people in liberal democracies need a better understanding of...

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  • First World War Section

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    To commemorate and centenary of the First World War we at the HA will be supporting a number of events and projects through our own activities and partnerships around the country. HA branches have already begun holding talks with First World War themes and will continue to do so with...

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