Primary History 76

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

Published: 9th June 2017


04 Editorial (Read article)

05 HA Primary News

06 Learning about the past through a study of houses and homes by Helen Crawford (Read article)

08 Coherence in primary history: what is it and how can it be achieved? By Tim Lomas (Read article)

14 Ideas for teaching at key stage 1 about Tim Berners-Lee, William Caxton and how technology has changed our lives, by Nina Sprigge (Read article)

22 A trail of garnet and gold: Sri Lanka to Anglo-Saxon England by Ilona Aronovsky (Read article)

28 The gall nuts and lapis trail: what can you tell about Anglo-Saxon trade from ink? by Alf Wilkinson (Read article)

32 Wot, no women? Did all Ancient Greek women stay at home and weave? by Alf Wilkinson (Read article)

36 Overground, underground and across the sea by Sally Sculthorpe (Read article)

40 ‘Not again!’ an additional viewpoint on using railways by Susie Townsend (Read article)

46 One of my favourite history places: Fulham Palace by Karin Doull (Read article)

48 Ideas for assemblies: Refugee stories by Ilona Aronovsky (Read article)

50 History in the news

51 Making the children work for the information by Kay Topping (Read article)

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