Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

Our final ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Grid references and map symbols’, one that links closely to geographical skills and fieldwork. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in real time and for listening/viewing when time allows, which is great to witness. Maps are works of art.  There are many …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in real time and for listening/viewing when time allows.  If you have yet to attend one of the webinars, but wish to discover more, then further …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

It was, once again, time for another ‘In the Know’ webinar; this week the focus was on ‘Rivers and the water cycle’, a theme that frequently appears on many whole school curriculum plans, and was kindly delivered by Jon Cannell on my behalf. Word seemed to have spread about the first successful webinar as we also welcomed a few ‘newbies’ …

A great way to spend a Friday afternoon in lockdown 3! (Primary Humanities Network meeting – Term 4)

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It was lovely to see, albeit virtually, many familiar faces, as well as a few new ones, this afternoon.  We were also fortunate to be joined by Glenn Carter, the man behind History Rocks (https://www.history-rocks.com/). After welcoming everyone, I outlined the aims and structure of the meeting, namely: As there was so much to get through during the meeting, I …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

Our final ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Grid references and map symbols’, one that links closely to geographical skills and fieldwork. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in real time and for listening/viewing when time allows, which is great to witness. Maps are works of art.  There …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in real time and for listening/viewing when time allows.  If you have yet to attend one of the webinars, but wish to discover more, then further …

Don’t miss out on all the fun at our next virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting! (Term 4)

ConsultancyWorkshops

Just a handful of the ‘concluding comments‘ from attendees at our last virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting: ‘Fresh, innovative resources to stimulate.’ ‘A great range of resources shared to fit across many areas of the curriculum.’ ‘Educational and inspiring.  Lots of great links to explore.’ ‘Packed with tools and resources.’ ‘Thank you for the session – it was brilliant and …

Bespoke CPD: Curriculum Development (World’s End Junior School, Birmingham)

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After being approached for some advice by Hetal Trivedi, Geography Subject Leader at World’s End Junior School (https://worldsendjuniors.co.uk/) last week, I managed to squeeze in a couple of bespoke CPD sessions to assist her with their whole school curriculum planning. Geography is currently taught in two, three week blocks; one in Autumn 2 and the other in Summer 1.  Whilst this …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

It was, once again, time for another ‘In the Know’ webinar; this week the focus was on ‘Rivers and the water cycle’, a theme that frequently appears on many whole school curriculum plans. Word seemed to have spread about the first successful webinar as we were joined by even more teachers in real time, which was lovely.  If you have …