Why not join (virtually) our next Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 6)?

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Just a handful of the ‘concluding comments‘ from attendees at our last virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting:

‘It was a pleasure to join your meeting today.  Thank you so much.  I really enjoyed it.  I’m leading on history, but really enjoyed investigating geography today too.’

‘Great ideas and articles. Informative.  Great session.  Thank you, Emma.’

‘Up-to-date information, really useful!  Liked having the presentation to refer to during the session too.’

‘Informative; inspiring; reassuring; supportive; useful.’

‘Highly relevant; helpful; inspiring; interesting; enjoyable.’

‘Relevant; detailed; personalised; inspiring; well-prepared.’

‘Lots of ideas, resources, support, articles and guidance.  Thank you.’

‘Thought-provoking, resource rich and found the section on organising the Subject Leader file really useful.’

‘Really helpful session with some new ideas.’

‘Informative; inspiring; clarifying; uplifting; responsive.  Thank you, this has been so helpful.’

‘Thanks, Emma, some excellent resources again. Time to get researching!!!’

‘Thank you so much!  A brilliant CPD session.  Looking forward to joining the next one.’

‘Informative and supportive.  Useful links to websites.  Really great session.  Thank you.’

‘Engaging; informative; reassuring; inspiring.  Found the Subject Leader file information particularly useful.  Thank you, great session. 

This has been great CPD – thank you so much!’

‘Thank you very much.  This was brilliant.  I look forward to future meetings.’

‘Thank you for all this.  I watched it on Wednesday when I got home.  Really useful again and lots to think about.’

‘Great!  Thank you so much for today’s session!  As someone who is new to History and Geography, this has been highly beneficial.  The session was really informative with some great stimulus for discussion and excellent links.  I have plenty to read and digest in more detail now!’

‘Fantastic and topical, well prepared and excellent pointers for articles and relevant information. I am looking forward to going back through and reading the articles suggested. I have a clearer view of how I can lead geography.’

‘Thank you very much for the session this afternoon.   I am glad I was able to join last minute as I have been looking for useful CPD and networking sessions.  I have only taken on the role of Geography and History Leader last September and I am still very much finding my feet.’

‘Thank you, Emma, it was really useful – the articles were really interesting.’

‘Thanks very much, Emma, really useful for next steps.’

‘Really helpful, so many useful ideas and links to find things, reassuring, very informative.  Thank you so much.  I’m so glad I’ve managed to attend at last!’

 

Feedback from our previous Primary Humanities Network meeting on Wednesday 17th June 2020 (https://create2inspire.co.uk/2020/06/18/term-6s-primary-humanities-network-meeting-goes-virtual-once-again-and-well-beyond-gloucestershire/) revealed that many would like support on ‘taking learning outside the classroom‘, including ideas for developing geographical skills and fieldwork and local history studies.

Thus, our next meeting will take these as foci and is scheduled to be held virtually on Wednesday 15th July, from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm.

The charge will be just £25.00 and you will receive a recording of the event, as well as a copy of the accompanying MS PowerPoint presentation.

I will lead the session via Zoom and will send you an invitation with a password to insert prior to entering the meeting.

As I have invested in a subscription to Zoom, I have access to the extra controls to ensure that it is as safe and secure as possible.  This is a platform that is used by a huge number of businesses and organisations (some of you may well be familiar with Zoom already).

Do let me know if you wish to attend by Friday 10th July (e-mail: emma.espley@gmail.com).

Take care and stay healthy in these very challenging times.

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