Education

  • Teaching Medieval History: A Study Day for History Teachers

    20th July 2017

    23 September 2017, 11.30-17.00 at the Museum of London. The England’s Immigrants project at the University of York, in partnership with the Museum of London, have organised a study day at the Museum of London on 23 September 2017 for history teachers on the subject of the history of immigration. As part...

    Click to view
  • Looking ahead at GCSE History and Geography CPD

    News Item

    Tuesday 26 September 2017, 9.00am-3.30pm | Royal Geographical Society, London One year on from the new GCSEs, this event will focus on addressing issues and providing support and ideas for history and geography. The event will have a keynote lecture from Dr Rashida Sharif, former HMI and departmental survey specialist...

    Click to view
  • A thousand years of the forging and re-forging of Britain: Insights into teaching thematic history for the new GCSE

    17th July 2017

    Academic research points to the best CPD outcomes that really develop classroom practice arising from CPD that takes place over several contact sessions. We are offering a unique opportunity for teachers to develop their teaching of thematic British History through a 3 part course in partnership with Justice to History....

    Click to view
  • Teaching English Medieval History and Historical Interpretations for the new GCSE

    17th July 2017

    Academic research points to the best CPD outcomes that really develop classroom practice arising from CPD that takes place over several contact sessions. We are offering a unique opportunity for teachers to develop their teaching of Medieval British History through a three-part course in partnership with Justice to History. Course...

    Click to view
  • Take Part in the Great Debate 2018

    News Item

    The Historical Association is inviting students to take part in the 2018 Great Debate: the historical public-speaking competition for students aged 16-19 in the United Kingdom and Ireland. This year's competition is being held in partnership with the UK Parliament's Vote 100 project. The Great Debate is divided into approximately 20...

    Click to view
  • Midlands History Forum 2017

    News Item

    Date: Saturdy 14 October 2017 Venue: School of Education, University of Birmingham This year's Midlands History Forum will open up the past by exploring the breadth of our history and diverse heritage at a time when we need, more than ever, to appreciate the significance of these key themes.  We...

    Click to view
  • Historical Association Secondary Survey 2017

    6th July 2017

    Take part here  The Historical Association secondary survey has been successfully conducted since 2009. We use the information you provide each year to make sure that the HA has an up-to-date picture of experiences across the country and can reflect the views of its members in responding (for example) to...

    Click to view
  • Into Film Launches new Dunkirk: Dynamo Challenge Resource

    5th July 2017

    With the imminent release of Christopher Nolan’s epic action thriller Dunkirk on 21 July 2017, we've created a resource to engage student curiosity in the historical events behind ‘Operation Dynamo'; the evacuation of around 338,000 allied soldiers from the beaches and harbour of Dunkirk.  Targeted at 12-16 year olds, and...

    Click to view
  • London Teachers GCSE Teachmeet

    News Item

    Start the new school year by hitting the ground running! This FREE teachmeet is designed to be a chance to meet informally with representatives from your Awarding Body and ask them any questions plus the opportunity to share ideas and tackle issues with other GCSE teachers. There will also be...

    Click to view
  • Into Film Festival 2017

    4th July 2017

    8-24 November - tickets free For three weeks in November the Into Film Festival will once again offer a host of free, education focused screenings, supported by teaching resources, for 5-19 year-olds all over the UK. This year one of our six dedicated strands is History In Action. History in Action Revisit key...

    Click to view