Come and join us to find out about the power of everyday geographies! (Primary Humanities Network meeting – Term 5)


Just a handful of the ‘concluding comments’ from those who attended our previous Primary Humanities Network meeting in ‘real time’ or accessed the recording and accompanying resources to review at later date:

Gosh, it’s amazing how you manage to fit so much information and help for teachers in such a short space of time!  Thank you, very informative.  

So many inspiring ideas and resources to use and find out about, thank you!

Definitely useful!

Informative; inspiring; enjoyable; a great use of a Friday afternoon!

Thanks, Emma, fantastic as ever!

Very informative, lots of great practical ideas to take into the classroom and wider school.  Thank you.

… thank you so much to all the speakers and to Emma.  It’s been so valuable and interesting and looking forward to the next meet!  Thanks again.

Thanks so much Emma, it really was such a brilliant session.  I’ve taken away loads of valuable links, things to think about and information to share with staff.  Thanks for sending the We Transfer link too, it’ll be great to go back and re-read everything!  Looking forward to the next one already!

Just wanted to say thank you for the recording and sorry I missed the session on Friday.  I was pulled into class.  The session was brilliant and I’ve really enjoyed it this morning.  The museum links are so amazing.  Hope to see you virtually in May!

I am still ‘buzzing’ after recently attending the Geographical Association (GA)’s Annual Conference, so thought that I would incorporate its theme, ‘Everyday geographies’, into our fifth virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting of this academic year.  After the usual ‘educational round-up’ to highlight new resourcesuseful websites and the latest developments, we will look at ‘The power of everyday geographies’.  Further to previous participants’ requests, reference will also be made to geographical skills and fieldwork, as well as challenging misconceptions.

The meeting will be held virtually from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm on Friday 20th May 2022.

The charge will be just £25.00 and you will receive a recording of the event, as well as a copy of the accompanying multi-media presentation.  Should you be unable to attend in ‘real time’, 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 (many of you are probably very familiar with Zoom by now).

Do let me know if you wish to attend or receive a copy of the recording and accompanying materials by Friday 13th May 2022 (e-mail:

I look forward to seeing some familiar faces, as well as a few new ones too.

Comments 4

  1. Hi,

    I would like to book onto the virtual network meeting on the 20th May please.
    Can I get an invoice to send to the school office?

    Larissa Hodgkins

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