Film: What is diversity within the primary history curriculum?

Webinar recording

By Dr Paul Bracey, published 22nd February 2021

Diversity in the primary history curriculum webinar series

This spring and summer we are pleased to be running a new series of webinars aimed at teachers working in primary schools: Diversity in the primary history curriculum. This series will consider the following questions: What is diversity? Why has it proved to be controversial? How can we respond to this? Why is it so important in developing children's understanding of the past? These webinars, led by the Historical Association's primary committee and guest experts, will each explore a key theme related to diversity in history and will suggest practical strategies for weaving different aspects of diversity into your curriculum.

This introductory webinar on 'What is diversity within the primary history curriculum?' is presented by Paul Bracey and considers the main themes and questions for teachers looking to diversify their curriculum. It is available free to members. You can book onto the other webinars on the series, including access to other recordings here.

This resource is FREE for Primary HA Members.

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