Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 4)

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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 …

Online Safety Live briefing (Lakefield C of E Primary School, Gloucestershire)

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How time flies!  It was, once again, the turn of those from SWGfL to give one of their Online Safety Live briefings in Gloucestershire (https://swgfl.org.uk/training/online-safety-live/).  Ian Williams, Head Teacher at Lakefield C of E Primary School in Frampton-on-Severn (https://www.lakefield.gloucs.sch.uk/gloucs/primary/lakefield), had kindly agreed to host the event, which was delivered by Andrew Williams and Steve Shepherd from SWGfL.  Whilst I know Andrew …

British Council: ‘Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning: Critical thinking and problem solving’ (Day 2)

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Well, it was back to the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub (https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/heritage-hub/) again today to deliver Day 2 of the British Council’s ‘Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning: Critical thinking and problem solving’ course.  We were based in the new Dunrossil Centre and being a small group were able to spread out and make ourselves very comfortable, as well as having access to …

Primary Humanities Network meeting (Gloucestershire Heritage Hub, Gloucester)

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A warm welcome awaited us at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub (https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/heritage-hub/) on Thursday 16th January 2020 for our third Primary Humanities Network meeting of this academic year.  Previous Wi-Fi issues had been resolved, so we were able to use the new Dunrossil Centre as our base for the afternoon.  Despite many schools being involved in Young Voices, the turnout was still …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 3)

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https://create2inspire.co.uk/2019/11/24/primary-humanities-network-meeting-gloucestershire-heritage-hub-2/ Feedback from attendees included: ‘Thank you for today, Emma; your enthusiasm and knowledge is inspiring.’ ‘Interesting resources; History Rocks!; Always spot on from you, Emma!’ ‘Very informative; helpful; thought-provoking.’ ‘Informative; good ideas for teaching; great access to resources.’ ‘Loved the starter activity!’ ‘Lots of ideas to implement and enhance history.’ ‘Ideas for promoting environmental awareness.  A great networking opportunity.’ …

Regional Primary History Conference (David Weatherly Education)

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Well, it was once again time to pop alomg to David Weatherly’s annual Regional Primary History Conference.  The theme for this academic year was ‘Achieving secure chronological knowledge and understanding through thematic investigations’.  For those of you not ‘in the know’, David is a School Improvement Adviser and an accomplished teacher with an international reputation as an inspiring trainer.  Whether working …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting – come along and be enthused and inspired!

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Feedback from attendees included: ‘Informative.  Practical.  Exciting.  Do-able.  Pertinent.’ ‘Useful ideas to use with children.  Inspiring.  Engaging ideas for pupils.  Fun.’ ‘Useful resources.  Interesting.  Emma is lovely.  Very enjoyable and helpful.  Can we have a longer session, please?’ ‘Wet!  Useful resources.  Lots to think about.’ https://create2inspire.co.uk/2019/06/12/primary-humanities-network-meeting-tom-roberts-adventure-centre-trac-near-newent-gloucestershire/ Our first session of 2019-2020 will take the theme of ‘Ofsted’s new Education Inspection …

Primary Humanities Network meeting (Tom Roberts Adventure Centre [TRAC], near Newent, Gloucestershire)

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Not quite the weather that I had hoped for, but we managed! The theme for our final meeting of this academic year was ‘Taking learning outside the classroom‘.  After welcoming individuals, I shared the aims and format of the session.  The intention was for majority of this session to be held outside at the Tom Roberts Adventure Centre (TRAC) (https://www.tracnewent.org.uk/); …