Education

  • Exploring and Teaching Medieval History in Schools

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  • Primary Curriculum Schemes of Work

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    At the HA, we understand how difficult it can be planning for and resourcing new curriculum topics, which is why we are helping our members by devising a whole new series of schemes of work. Already published are: Ancient Greece Ancient Egypt Ancient Sumer Anglo-Saxons and Vikings How did the...

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  • History Examiner vacancies with Pearson

    31st January 2018

    Pearson have exciting opportunities for History teachers to become Examiners for our Edexcel GCSE and GCE A Level History Qualifications. Becoming an Examiner is a great opportunity to: Develop your career in education Earn some extra money in a part-time role, alongside any full time commitments you may have Gain...

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  • Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

    29th January 2018

    27 January was Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) in the UK and for many countries around Europe. The date is the day in which the Death Camp of Auschwitz in occupies Poland was liberated. While the day is rooted in the genocide that marked a turning point in European history –...

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  • Historical Association Quality Mark to be sponsored by the Royal Historical Society

    22nd January 2018

    In recognition of the excellence and high standards that the HA Quality Mark (QM) can bring to a school we are delighted to announce that to help celebrate their 150th anniversary, the Royal Historical Society is to provide sponsored bursaries to ensure more schools can take part. The QM supports...

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  • History Educators International Research Network (HEIRNET)

    19th January 2018

    31 Aug – 2 Sept 2018 The Ionian University, Corfu, Greece www.heirnet-heirj.com The History Educators International Research Network (HEIRNET) brings together colleagues from around the world interested in History's civilising, cultural, educational, moral, social, political and citizenship roles.  Greece and its neighbouring states are experiencing a resurgent Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and North...

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  • RAF100 Schools Project

    17th January 2018

    The Historical Association and the Institute of Physics have teamed up to deliver an exciting project for school and youth groups as part of the Royal Air Force centenary celebrations. The RAF100 Schools Project uniquely uses the professional understanding of historians and physicists working in education to create an active...

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  • London History Forum: History for All

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    Wednesday 28 March 2018 | Tower of London With a crowded curriculum, in primary schools sometimes history finds itself competing for both budget and curriculum space. Meanwhile in secondary schools, new GCSE and A-level specifications, performance measures and EBacc all provide challenges to meet. This London History Forum will focus...

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  • History is popular in Primary schools

    8th December 2017

    History is popular in Primary schools – but it is under-resourced and many teachers do not feel that they are provided with the CPD that they would like to really get to grips with the subject. The majority of primary school teachers do not have a history degree or any...

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  • The later Middle Ages: Teacher Fellowship programme outcomes

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