Monthly Archives: April 2014

History at The Walker

  The first year History trainees were set the challenge of finding a painting, sculpture or artefact from the collection at The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, and using it to address an aspect of History for use with primary … Continue reading

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Trainee teachers explored the Anglican and Roman Catholic cathedrals of Liverpool this week and used the technique of ‘transform and reduce’ to begin to see how the sacred spaces ¬†are used. It is better to use interactive, discursive group work … Continue reading

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SHP Primary History Conference – British Museum 29th March

I blogged a while ago about booking my place on the Primary History Conference. The day consisted of two key note speeches and choice of two from five workshops. The opening presentation was delivered by Jamie Byrom and Michael Riley … Continue reading

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