Primary History 95

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

Published: 31st October 2023

In this edition of Primary History

Please note: the print version of this edition will be arriving with members from 10 November.

05 Editorial (Read article)

06 Exploring the history of our place with very young children – Karin Doull (Read article)

12 Teaching ‘changes within living memory’: making the most of your school – Helen Crawford and Sandra Kirkland (Read article)

16 Using inventories in Key Stage 2 history – Clare Lally (Read article)

20 Why are there so many ‘mummies’ in Western museums? – Richard Harris (Read article)

26 What’s important about...? Sources and evidence – Ailsa Fidler and Chris Russell (Read article)

35 Going to school: a post-1066 thematic study – Paul Bracey (Read article)

42 Significant anniversaries: The Bristol Bus Boycott, 1963 – Stuart Boydell (Read article)

48 Using some more unusual sources in the primary classroom – Tim Lomas (Read article)

56 One of my favourite history places: The Holy Island of Lindisfarne – Damienne Clarke (Read article)

62 Exploring the Great Fire of London and Deaf history – Kate Loveman and James Harrod (Read article)

Centre spread double-sided pull-out poster
Deaf Londoners in the 1660s

Regular features: Primary History runs a number of 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: A busy classroom in a girls’ grammar school in Britain c.1925

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