Primary News

  • Respondents needed for survey on challenges faced by history teachers

    19th October 2018

    Dr Barbara Christophe and Dr Maren Tribukait of The Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research are investigating the challenges faced by teachers as part of the 'Learning to Disagree' project and asking what kind of support they feel they need in order to encourage a constructive culture of discussion in...

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  • Are you an experienced administrator looking for a new challenge?

    19th October 2018

    We are looking for a highly organised and motivated individual with extensive experience in administration, preferably with the heritage or charity sector. This is a part-time post on a two-year fixed term contract. You will work closely with our CEO to ensure the smooth running of the organisation, overseeing the...

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  • Special education preview of Room to Breathe exhibition

    18th October 2018

    The Migration Museum are delighted to announce a special education preview evening of their upcoming exhibition Room to Breathe, taking place on the 13th November - drop in from 4-7pm.  Room to Breathe is an immersive experience inviting you to discover stories from generations of new arrivals to Britain. Journey through a series of rooms filled with personal narratives...

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  • London History Forum: Conflict and Remembrance: Booking Open

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    A fantastic evening of CPD in the majestic surroundings of Windsor Castle all for just £20 for HA members and £10 concessions (£30 non-member price). To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, this London History Forum will home in on the themes of experiences of conflict and remembrance.The event...

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  • Teaching About the Anglo-Saxons: CPD Conference

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    Book your place via Eventbrite The Historical Association and the British Library are pleased to announce this full-day CPD event perfect for expanding your subject knowledge of the Anglo-Saxon period. Both Primary and Secondary teachers will have a choice of pathways through the event, benefitting from a range of academic and practical...

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  • New HA CPD Webinars

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    You told us in our member surveys that you wanted more webinars and we listened! We know that it's not easy for teachers to get out of school or have budgets to afford a plentiful supply of CPD. We also know how hard it is to find good subject-specific CPD...

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  • Yorkshire History Forum: Booking Open

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    Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018 Venue: Leeds Trinity University The next Yorkshire History Forum takes a look at the importance of good curriculum design. With Ofsted focus shifting towards greater scrutiny of curriculum choices and rationale, it provides teachers and schools with an opportunity to really think about the history...

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  • Black History Month 2018

    2nd October 2018

    In the UK October is Black History Month – a few weeks of the year when men and women of colour are featured in classrooms and beyond. Is this to raise awareness of the diversity of the people of the past, or of people now, or the diversity around us...

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  • Get ahead in Primary teaching

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    Calling all primary trainee teachers!  To help kick-start your career the HA is offering a two-year membership deal for just £56.50 – which works out at less than 55 pence per week. This deal is over 10% cheaper than standard concessionary membership, and also includes a special renewal offer at the end...

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  • Catch up on the latest updates with HA News

    11th September 2018

    The latest edition of HA News features reports on this year's Medlicott Awards evening, the HA tour of Cardiff and the RAF100 commemoration event at Westminster Abbey. Chair of Branches and Members Mike Short tells us what got him into history, and there are new branch dates for your diary.If you have suggestions for what you’d like to...

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