History: Subject Leader Network
- 15th Jun 2022
- Leadership, Curriculum
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14.10.21 Teaching about significance in Primary History,
19.1.22 The NC expects pupils to be taught about history that extends their chronological knowledge beyond 1066 at KS2. This practical webinar will explore how to plan for coverage of a long arc of time while including interesting studies in depth that include storytelling as an approach.
This network meeting will explore how to teach about significance, one of the second order concepts of subject knowledge that need revisiting across the primary history curriculum at regular intervals.
Practical examples of teaching activities from KS1 and 2 will be presented and there will be an opportunity for discussion afterwards.
13.10.21 Teaching about significance in Primary History,
19.1.22, The NC expects pupils to be taught about history that extends their chronological knowledge beyond 1066 at KS2. This practical webinar will explore how to plan for coverage of a long arc of time while including interesting studies in depth that include storytelling as an approach.
Andrew Wrenn is a freelance History Education consultant. He is also a Teacher Fellow and recent trustee of the Historical Association, a UK subject organisation which promotes the teaching of history cross-phrase. Andrew is a national assessor for the Historical Association
s Quality Mark Award for the teaching of history in primary and secondary schools. He is a former LA advisor for history and humanities and is an experienced teacher, trainer and writer. Andrew has had educational materials and articles published by the Historical Association, the BBC, Pearson, HarperCollins and the Oxford and Cambridge University Presses. He steered the Historical Associations KS2/3 History Transition Project and co-authored a government-sponsored HA report on Teaching Emotive and Controversial History 3-19. Andrew is a regular contributor to national UK history conferences and has also led CPD internationally in Paris, the Baltic States, Oman and Nigeria. He wrote an upper KS2 World History curriculum for teaching in Kazakh schools and his materials are in use in schools as far afield as Australia and Pakistan as well as in the UK.