Young Historian Awards

The Young Historian Project has been celebrating the achievements of young historians in primary schools for over 25 years. It is largely funded by the Historical Association and the Spirit of Normandy Trust. The annual Young Historian Awards scheme is the centrepiece of its activity. The Young Historian Project seeks to encourage young people to be active historians and to encourage their teachers in this great endeavour.

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  • Young Historian Awards 2019 – Secondary prizes

    12th February 2019

    Researching, writing and presenting ideas about a historical theme or period is one of the best parts about studying history so why leave it to the oldies. We want young people to get the bug for writing about history in an incisive, interesting and critical way while they are still...

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  • Young Historian Awards 2019 – Winners

    16th September 2019

    Each year the Historical Association partners with The Spirit of Normandy Trust to award young historians who have shown excellent knowledge and demonstrated historical argument around a subject associated with a series of themes. The competition is divided into age brackets and the entry at secondary level is by essay judged...

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