Meet me in the (virtual) museum 

In these strange times, we want #OBHD to be a supportive place for all history teachers valiantly rising to the many challenges of teaching remotely online. We will keep posting regularly and do let us know what is most useful to you. It's going to be awhile until we can indulge our history nerdiness in... Continue Reading →

What to do with mock exams – part 2

Thanks to Martyn Bajkowski, Head of History at Pleckgate High School and a member of HA Secondary Committee for continuing this series of three blogposts to help us to make the best possible use of mock exams.  Stage 2 – After their exam Standardisation After students have sat their examination it is important to get... Continue Reading →

The History Teachers’ Book Club

As our final blogpost of the year we are really pleased to celebrate the great initiative that is 'The History Teachers' Book Club'. Lots of colleagues have been enjoying the collegiality of developing their subject knowledge this way. Thanks to Simon Beale, Andrew Sweet and Anne Hooper for this 'History of the History Teachers' Book... Continue Reading →

HA Great Debate for Schools

This year's HA Great Debate for Schools is “Should we judge historical figures by the morals of today?” The HA is really pleased to be organising this in partnership with BBC World Histories and the final will once again be at Windsor Castle.  Before the final in March 2020 there are regional heats around the country... Continue Reading →

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