Recorded webinar: Bringing history alive through local people and places

Diversity in local history

By Alison Hales

The webinar takes participants through a brief introduction to understand the value and importance of learning history through local people and places. It will consider the impact this has on children’s depth and quality of learning, understanding and identity. It will offer a series of practical activities and resources which will support the planning and teaching of history. The approach starts with the personal and local histories of people and places and shows how links can be made to the national and global contexts.

This webinar was recorded as part of our webinar series on Diversity in local history. The full series will become available to access on-demand between January 2024–January 2025.

This resource is FREE for Primary HA Members.

Non HA Members can get instant access for £33.00

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