Using the back cover image

Many editions of Primary History feature an interesting or unusual image on the back cover that can be used as a stimulus for learning. The images are accompanied with explanations of what they are and suggestions for how they can be used in the classroom. 

Back cover image

Author

PH edition

Year

Communications: 'Imperial' typewriter

Karin Doull

84

2020

Becoming an HA Teacher Fellow

Lisa Bell

83

2019

Painted wooden police truncheon

Izzy Bartley

82

2019

First World War objects of Remembrance

Jules Kensett Wooding

81

2019

Moustache cup

Matthew Sossick

79

2018

Exploring the collections of Victorian naturalists

Jules Wooding

75

2017

Mummified cat embalmed in linen cloth

Jules Wooding

74

2016

Oxford Street in the 1960s

Helen Maddison

71

2015

Reconstruction drawing of Chester's Roman amphitheatre

Catherine McHarg

70

2015

Sandbach Crosses - an Anglo-Saxon market cross

Alf Wilkinson

68

2014

Windmill Hill: a visual image of a prehistoric scene

Bev Forrest, Jon Nichol and Dave Weldrak

66

2014



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