Will you be there, either in person or virtually? (Primary Humanities Network meeting: Term 2)

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Just a few of the ‘concluding comments’ from our last virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting: Such a fruitful and beneficial course for busy Subject Leaders.  A really efficient and effective way of keeping up-to-date with all the latest resources; Ofsted news and subject association guidance.  Emma is a wonderful source of humanities knowledge and her courses are structured to enable …

Will you be there? (Next virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting: Term 1, 2021-2022)

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‘It is helpful if teachers evaluate how secure pupils’ prior learning is in order to plan lessons.  They need to know what difficulties pupils may face.  Teachers need to appreciate any misconceptions that pupils have as well as any gaps in pupils’ knowledge.  Findings from assessments inform teachers about how to adapt their teaching appropriately and build on what pupils …

Primary Humanities/Geography Subject Leaders’ Network meeting

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Well, I have finally succeeded in establishing a Primary Humanities/Geography Subject Leaders’ Network for Gloucestershire! Following interest and demand from several schools/individuals, I decided to invest some time and energy into setting up a group once my recent stint back in the classroom had drawn to a close and full-time freelancing activities resumed.  Whilst I will coordinate  and steer each …

Regional Primary Geography Conference, Gloucestershire

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I cannot believe that a year has gone by since the last Regional Primary Geography Conference.  It was lovely to see some familiar faces, as well as a few news ones, who have been assigned or have volunteered to take on board the Geography/Humanities Subject Leader role within their schools.  David Weatherly and I have regular contact by e-mail or …