Clubs

Clubs in Primary Schools enhance their learning and leadership skills while providing us with opportunities to cover those areas which are difficult to incorporate into your daily teaching. This may include areas not included within the primary curriculum. Clubs hook children into developing a passion for the subject, allowing more time and creativity to explore their areas of interest. This section will provide you with ideas of how to establish and manage a club and also creative resources for sessions.

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  • TREE-mendous history!

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    Since the nineteenth century there has been a rich heritage of outdoor learning pedagogy in Europe, and today in Scandinavia the open air culture (frulitsliv) permeates Early Years education. In 1993 Bridgewater College nursery nurses returned from a visit to Denmark enthused by the outdoor educational settings and started their own ‘Forest School'. From 1995 the college...

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  • Case Study 7: The history club

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    Editorial note: this is an introductory article on the History Club concept: Primary History 64, summer 2013, on History and the new 2014+ National Curriculum for History will provide a vade mecum for schools to develop their own History Clubs. .... sometimes we use the past and today, modern times,...

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  • The Battle of Britain

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    David Field gives a descriptive account of a History Club's project on the Battle of Britain.

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