Subject Leadership, Organisation and Management

Useful articles in 'Primary History'

Each section of this unit begins by highlighting articles based on the current National Curriculum, and is followed by earlier pieces that are still worth reading. Please note that while the core advice is still relevant, articles from editions published prior to Primary History 66 will be based on the old National Curriculum.

 
1. General responsibilities
2. Planning including curriculum planning
3. Progression and differentiation including gifted and talented and SEND
4. Assessment
5. Enhancing history
6. Teaching and learning strategies.
 

1. General Responsibilities

Also:

  • Tim Lomas, ‘Planning for History in a Changing National Curriculum’, in PH 19, April 1998. Many of the principles still apply.
  • Things to remember when planning History – one Subject Leader’s list’, PH 25 special edition: effective practice in the primary history curriculum 2000. Although aimed at the 2000 NC orders much is still relevant.
  • ‘Effective Management of History in the Revised Curriculum’, PH 25 special edition: effective practice in the primary history curriculum 2000. Although aimed at the 2000 NC orders much is still relevant. Includes assessment, evaluation and target setting.
  • Tim Lomas, ‘Effective use of resources’ (co-ordinators dilemma), in PH 36, spring 2004.
  • Tim Lomas, ‘The role of the co-ordinator’ (Co-ordinators dilemma), in PH 44, autumn 2006.
  • Tim Lomas, ‘Co-ordinating in Key Stage 1’ (Co-ordinators dilemma) in PH 45, spring 2007. Includes key ideas, questions and tasks.
  • Tim Lomas, ‘Leading the subject in uncertain times’ (Co-ordinators dilemma), in PH 50, autumn 2008.
  • Tim Lomas, ‘Co-ordinator concerns – planning visits’ in PH 61, summer 2012.

2. Planning including Curriculum Planning

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3. Progression and Differentiation (Including Gifted, Talented and SEND)

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4. Assessment

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5. Enhancing History – QM, Clubs etc

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6. Teaching and Learning Strategies

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Mantle of the Expert

Pupils as Detectives/Apprentice Historians

Pupil Voice

School events, pageants and commemoration:

Ideas for Assemblies



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