Primary History 67


HA, last updated: 1st July 2014

Story, Chronology, Egypt, Benin...

04 Editorial

05 HA Primary News

06 Why stories? Hilary Cooper

08 Chronology: developing a coherent knowledge and understa nding of Britain's past and of the wider world - Hilary Cooper

16 Teaching ancient Egypt - Karin Doull

22 Ideas for Assemblies - Bev Forrest and Stuart Tiffany

24 Eweka's Story: Benin, Big Picture History and National Curriculum History 2014 - Paul Bracey, Chad McDonald, Kayleigh Billins, Kerry Kaup and Michael Knight

30 Victorians - Sue Temple

34 Who lived in and changed Britain from the Iron Age to the time of Robin Hood c.1200? Matthew Sossick

36 Teaching about significant individuals at Key Stage 1 - Penelope Harnett

44 War memorials as a local history resource - Ruth Cavender

46 Curriculum Planning: which non-European society might we offer at school?

47 The back cover image Westonzoyland War Memorial - Ruth Cavender

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Helping our pupils to gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain's past and that of the wider world

Key Stage 2 in the new National Curriculum: What pupils should know, do and understand

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