New Teaching Materials for Key Stage 2 History


We have been working with Andrew Wrenn (Historical Association) to put together a unique set of teaching resources for History at Key Stage 2. The resources are flexible, integrate very closely with the KS2 Curriculum and are, we think, pretty innovative. They will obviously help you teach Vikings, but are intended to reach across the curriculum, encouraging your students to make connections across time and space, between cultures not often studied together, and to think about how we know what we do in the past. You'll thus be getting an accessible and exciting introduction history and archaeology, geography, science, world religion, and even politics. Sound useful? Here's a taster....

More coming soon...


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