Term 6’s Primary Humanities Network meeting goes virtual once again and well beyond Gloucestershire!

Workshops

Well, Zoom certainly brought a buzz to my study on Wednesday afternoon!  Not only did I have several ‘regulars’ in attendance at our virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting, but also many new participants; I think we had teachers from as far afield as Cumbria in the north to Dorset in the south and Nottinghamshire in the east to Greater Manchester in …

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

ConsultancyWorkshops

Feedback from our previous Primary Humanities Network meeting on Monday 18th May 2020 (https://create2inspire.co.uk/2020/05/20/virtual-primary-humanities-network-meeting-term-5/) revealed that many would like to explore the role and responsibilities of the Subject Leader further (including policy development), as well as considering what a progression of vocabulary in geography and history might look like. Thus, our next meeting will take these as foci and is …

Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 4)

ConsultancyWorkshops

A meeting with a difference!  Held virtually with the aid of Zoom software, rather than in situ as planned due to the coronavirus outbreak.  I debated whether to go ahead with our meeting, but several teachers were self-isolating and still keen to participate.  I have recorded the session, however, and am more than happy to share this and the accompanying …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 4)

ConsultancyWorkshops

https://create2inspire.co.uk/2020/01/17/primary-humanities-network-meeting-gloucestershire-heritage-hub-gloucester/  Feedback from attendees included: ‘Informative; helpful; vibrant; celebrating learning; enthusiasm.’ ‘Focused; engaging; information-packed; resource-rich; fantastic ideas!’ ‘Very useful history and geography resources.’ ‘Large variety of resources to go away and look at.  Lots to think about!’ ‘Huge list of resources given.  Lots of reading material to explore further.’ ‘Wide range of resources to explore.  Good opportunity to share ideas/ask …

British Council Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning: Critical thinking and problem solving course (Day 1)

ConsultancyWorkshops

Well, it was back to the recently refurbished and superb Gloucestershire Heritage Hub today; this time to deliver Day 1 of the British Council Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning: Critical thinking and problem solving course, as opposed to steering a Primary Humanities Network meeting.  This was the first time that I have delivered such training in Gloucester, so it was good …