Primary HA Conference 2018 resources

Workshop resources

Last updated: 4th September 2018

The resources in this section are from workshops presented for Primary teachers at the HA Annual Conference 2018. The conference took place in Stratford-upon-Avon on 18-19 May 2018.

The HA Annual Conference is a unique opportunity to join the history community on a weekend of research-led CPD and captivating history. In the Primary pathway you can hear from the experts behind the Primary History articles on the best ways to develop your history teaching, whether you're a trainee, classroom teacher or history subject leader. Download the 2018 programme below and register your interest for 2019 at events@history.org.uk.


The resources published here are the property of the workshop presenters and publication does not necessarily imply the HA’s approval of the opinions expressed in the session or its resources. Workshop presenters were asked to confirm that the work presented was their own, that all contributors were properly acknowledged and that they had permission to use any other exemplar materials.

If you have any questions about the HA Annual Conference please contact us at enquiries@history.org.uk.  

  • Making connections beyond the locality: Raja Ram Mohan Roy’s visit to Bristol
  • Linking your local history to the wider history curriculum in Key Stages 1 & 2
  • Remember, remember the 5th of November: taking a fresh look at teaching significant events at Key Stage 1
  • Teaching literacy through teaching good history
  • Viking lands: an enquiry with history and geography in mind
  • Revolutions reviewed – turning points, trends and the big picture
  • Celebrating quality in primary history

This resource is FREE for Primary HA Members.

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