Past Event Resources

We know how important it is to you to be able to reflect upon the professional development you undertake and to revisit the resources, advice and guidance. In this section, you will find a repository of training resources and materials from past events.

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  • Trade & Pilgramage in the Early Islamic World

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    This workshop took place at the Historical Association Annual Conference 2015 in Bristol. Investigating trade and pilgrimage in the early Islamic world, Workshop by Karin Doull, University of Roehampton The Abbasid dynasty relocated their capital to Baghdad in the ninth century. The round city of Baghdad, nestled in a bend of the...

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  • Key Stage 2 The Americas

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    This workshop took place at the Historical Association Annual Conference 2015 in Bristol. Key Stage 2 The Americas: History, geography and the end of the world...Workshop by Alf Wilkinson, CPD Manager, the Historical Association, Ben Ballin, GA consultant  Some practical suggestions on how you might combine Key Stage 2 history ‘non-European study', the...

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  • Parliament and Votes for Women

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    Workshop Materials from Annual Conference 2014 Saturday - Session 3 - SHPV3 Parliament and Votes for Women - Clare Mullin Outreach Officer for the Midlands An examination of the role of Suffragist and Suffragette  campaigning to secure the vote for women. Including insights and documents from the Parliamentary Archives collection.

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  • Developing a scheme of work for your school

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  • James, Duke of Monmouth

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    Podcast and Presentation from HA Annual Conference 2014James, Duke of Monmouth by Anna Keay Director of the Landmark TrustSaturday Keynote SpeechAnna will be talking about Charles II's first and favourite son, James, Duke of Monmouth: a man who blazed through the skies of Stuart England like a comet. A rake,...

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  • Introducing archaeology into the primary history curriculum

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    Workshop Materials from Annual Conference 2014It's not just digging!...how to introduce archaeology into the primary history curriculum Beverley Forrest Teaching Fellow, Leeds Trinity University and HA Primary CommitteeFriday - Session 2 - FPBF2Feeling anxious about teaching the new curriculum for history with its emphasis on history before 1066? Want to...

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  • The Maya: a non-European Civilisation

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    Workshop Materials from Annual Conference 2014The Maya: a non-European Civilisation by Alf Wilkinson CPD Manager, The Historical Association with Global Learning PartnershipSaturday - Session 3 - SPAW3 Did the most advanced Meso-American civilisation sow the seeds of its own destruction? What do we actually know about the Maya? And how can...

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  • Teaching about India under British rule

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    Podcast from HA Annual Conference Lecture 2014 Saturday - Session 4 - SGSL4 Living with the legacy of Raj: teaching about India under British rule Dr Seán Lang - Senior Lecturer in History, Anglia Ruskin University The story of British life and rule in India is rich in opportunities for...

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  • Prehistory in the Key Stage 2 Classroom

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    Workshop Materials from Annual Conference 2014Prehistory in the Key Stage 2 Classroom by Dave Weldrake Archaeologist and Freelance Heritage EducatorSaturday - Session 1 - SPDW1Not feeling confident about teaching prehistory for the first time? Then this session's for you. It offers a toolkit of approaches to teaching the distant past....

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  • A cross-curricular approach to the First World War

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    Workshop Materials from Annual Conference 2014A cross-curricular approach to the First World War Jules Wooding Freelance Arts & HeritageSaturday - Session 3 - SPJW3With the centenary fast approaching, this is an opportunity for schools to incorporate aspects of the Great War into all areas of the curriculum. Find out what...

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  • Leadership: Lessons from Churchill to Thatcher

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    Presentation from HA Annual Conference 2014Leadership: Lessons from Churchill to Thatcher Professor John Charmley - Editor of History, University of East AngliaFriday - Session 2 - FGJC2 We hear a great deal about leadership and its importance, especially in business, but we also live in an era where we fight shy...

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  • Puritan attitudes towards plays and pleasure in the Age of Shakespeare

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    Presidential Lecture - Annual Conference 2014 - Podcast'No more cakes and ale': Puritan attitudes towards plays and pleasure in the Age of ShakespeareJackie Eales - President of the HA and Professor of Early Modern History at Canterbury Christ Church UniversityIn Twelfth Night Shakespeare gently mocked the Puritans, who objected to...

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  • The ladies' Grand Tour

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    Podcast from HA Annual Conference Lecture 2014 Saturday - Session 2 - SGRS2 The ladies' Grand Tour - Professor Roey Sweet Professor of Urban History, University of Leicester The concept of the ‘grand tour' is generally associated with aristocratic young men sowing their wild oats and picking up collections of...

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  • First World War treaties and entrenchment

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    Podcast and Presentation from HA Annual Conference 2014 Saturday - Session 3 - SGPK3 They won't be home for Christmas: the First World War treaties and entrenchment Paula Kitching Freelance Historian and Consultant As men around the UK and Empire rushed to recruitment centres to volunteer for a conflict that...

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  • The new history curriculum: assessing learning and progression

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    Workshop Materials from Annual Conference 2014The new history curriculum: assessing learning and progressionSteve Davy - Teacher at The Wroxham School and HA Primary Committee

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  • Making the most of the new primary history curriculum

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  • Working-class gambling in Britain c.1906-61

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    Podcast and Presentation from HA Annual Conference 2014 Saturday - Session 1 - SGKL1 In search of phantom fortunes: working-class gambling in Britain c.1906-61 - Professor Keith Laybourn Diamond Jubilee Professor of the University of Huddersfield Determined attempts were made by the middle classes, and some religions, to legally stamp...

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  • Improving transition between primary and secondary history for the new National Curriculum

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    Workshop Materials from Annual Conference 2014 Before 1066 and all that: Improving transition between primary and secondary history for the new National Curriculum by Andrew Wrenn - Cambridgeshire LA Humanities AdvisorThis practical workshop will look at how an engaging but rigorous experience of primary history in Year 6 can build secure...

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  • Primary History and Progression

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    Steve Davy teaches at the Wroxham School in Potters Bar. The Wroxham is an outstanding teaching school and regularly trains teachers. The following links and resources are from a workshop that Steve gave at the London History Forum in November 2013 looking at good primary history and progression in the...

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  • Teaching the Tudors in the New Curriculum

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    Jennifer Donovan is a primary teacher and consultant. The following resources come from a workshop she delivered at Hampton Court Palace in October 2013 looking at how to teach the Tudors in the new curriculum.

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