Primary History 83

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

Published: 11th November 2019

In this edition of Primary History

04 Editorial (Read article for free)

05 HA Primary News

08 Developing early history skills and understanding through the EYFS – Emily Dickenson (Read article)

12 Teaching sensitive subjects: slavery and Britain’s role in the trade – Susie Townsend (Read article)

18 The Elizabeth cake – Sandra Kirkland (Read article)

21 Turning Technology: making life better in Iron Age Britain – Karin Doull (Read article)

27 ‘Miss, did the Romans build pyramids?’ – Alf Wilkinson (Read article)

30 Teaching crime and punishment as a post-1066 theme Tim Lomas (Read article)

38 History in the news

40 The Phoney War: Breadth and depth in teaching and learning about WWII – Matthew Sossick (Read article)

42 Subject leaders site: the importance of subject knowledge – Stuart Tiffany and Karin Doull (Read article)

44 Making the most of a census – Sue Temple and Debbie Graham (Read article)

48 One of my favourite history places – Tim Lomas explores Meldon Viaduct and its surroundings (Read article)

50 The back cover image: Becoming a Historical Association Teacher Fellow – Lisa Bell (Read article for free)

Pull-out Posters: Write Your Own Historical Fiction Prize

Regular features: Primary History runs a number of great regular features including Ideas for Assemblies, One of My Favourite History Places and Pull-out Posters. You can view all editions of these features here.

Cover image: Portrait of abolitionist Olaudah Equiano, an African writer whose experiences as a slave prompted him to become involved in the British abolition movement.

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