Primary History 44: Boudicca


Published: 17th September 2006

Boudicca: Terrorist or Freedom Fighter?

05 Editorial

08 In My View: music in the history curriculum — Rosie Turner-Bisset (Read article)

09 History is a hot potato or thinking through history — Hilary Cooper

12 Reflections on writing ‘The song remembers when’: writing family story, writing history — Hilary Claire (Read article)

14 Think Bubble

15 Getting to grips with Boudicca: preparing to teach the Roman England study unit of the English National Curriculum for History — Robert Guyver

19 Roman warriors of Wigan — John Crossland

22 Bringing the Tudors to life through a cross-curricular approach: an NQT’S vision — Barbara Sands

25 Teaching sensitive issues in history, 3-19 —  Alf Wilkinson

26 Crossing the Atlantic in 1885: a diary account— Penelope Harnett

28 Effective primary history teaching, challenges & opportunities: findings from the KS2 to KS3 Transitions Project – part 1 — Andrew Wrenn (Read article)

32 History Coordinators’ Dilemma—  Tim Lomas

34 Reviews

35 Mystery object – Spicer’s Doorway —  Jane Hack and Donnie Houser

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