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 →

FREE – Historical Fiction list from the HA

The Historical Association Secondary Committee have put together this HA_Historical_Fiction_listlist for people to use with their students. It is designed to help history teachers to inspire students of all ages in secondary school to read historical fiction for pleasure and also to get better at doing history. Please share it! Historical fiction works very powerfully... Continue Reading →

Teaching beyond Europe, the less trod path…

Happy New Year! May 2019 be kind and also full of really effective and inspiring history teaching - including of more diverse pasts! The Historical Association has welcomed the Royal Historical Society's 2018 'Race, Ethnicity and Equality' report that highlights the need for greater diversity in UK History and is committed to helping school history... Continue Reading →

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