Why we need to teach about the history of trees and woodland...

Primary History article

By Michael Riley, published 29th February 2024

...and how we might do it

Michael Riley highlights the importance of educating children about the history of trees and woodland. He explores the potential of primary history to develop an understanding of our changing relationship with trees. The article shows how a focus on trees and woodland could enhance an existing history study, and suggests some wider opportunities for building the history of trees and woodland into the primary curriculum.

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