Why not pop along (virtually) to our second Primary Humanities Network meeting of this academic year?

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

Lots of useful links to explore and information to develop/tweak our assessment in geography.  Thank you.’

‘Thank you – that was great.  Really useful.’            

‘Informative, interesting and helpful.  Thank you.’

‘Thank you.  Lots to ponder.’

‘Useful, relevant and informative.  I have more idea of progression through the subjects and what assessment should look like.’

‘It has made me evaluate our assessment and given me new ideas to try.’

‘A wealth of resources and ideas to take away with me.  Thanks!’

‘Raised many questions about how we tackle assessment.’

‘Informative with lots of ideas of how I can take history forward in terms of assessment in my school.’

‘Very informative.  Feel more in the loop and given me direction for leading geography and history.’

‘Very useful links to current articles and websites linked to history and geography.’

‘Informative; useful; helpful.  Thank you.’

‘I feel supported.  Thank you.’                      

‘Informative; lots of useful resources, as always.’

‘Lots of amazing resources to use!  Thank you.’

‘Focused; informative; gave me some ideas for planning and gathering resources. Thank you.’

‘Helpful; useful resource links; assessment ideas; differentiation between key stages and current issues identified.  Thank you very much!’

‘Very insightful for a complete newbie to subject leadership!  Thank you for some great resources!’

‘Useful links!  Lots to think about.’

‘Given me plenty to do!’

‘Very helpful for our new plan for assessing history and geography.  Lots of resources to share with staff.’

‘Lots of great resources to look at.  Thank you.’

‘Interesting and helpful resources.  Thanks.’

‘Loads of useful links – so much to look through.’

‘I have much to reflect on with regards to progression and assessment across all key stages.  Thank you, Emma.’

‘An overwhelming amount of information that I know will be invaluable for me once I’ve processed and worked out what I need to start with first!  Thank you, Emma.’

‘Thanks again for the very useful in sight into assessment.’

‘I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed the Zoom meeting last week and found it very useful.’

Our next meeting will begin by exploring a number of new websites and resources, many of which are FREE to access and download, before considering how we might promote diversity within geography and history.

The meeting will be held virtually on Friday 20th November, 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. (Should you be unable to attend the ‘live’ session, then you may wish to pay the fee and have access to a recording of the session, a copy of the chat feed, all the accompanying materials and the subsequent detailed blog post report to peruse at your leisure; feel free to ‘fire’ any questions at me via e-mail afterwards too.)

I will lead the session via Zoom and 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 very familiar with Zoom already).

Do let me know if you wish to attend or receive a copy of the recording and accompanying materials by Friday 13th November 2020 (e-mail: emma.espley@gmail.com).

Try and relax and recharge your batteries over half-term!

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