Why not pop along (virtually) to our second Primary Humanities Network meeting of this academic year?

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Just a handful of the ‘concluding comments‘ from attendees at our last virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting: ‘Lots of useful links to explore and information to develop/tweak our assessment in geography.  Thank you.’ ‘Thank you – that was great.  Really useful.’             ‘Informative, interesting and helpful.  Thank you.’ ‘Thank you.  Lots to ponder.’ ‘Useful, relevant and …

Let’s go on a scintillating South American adventure!

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Thanks to support from the Geographical Association’s Initiatives Fund (GAIF), Adriana Meirelles and myself were able to take 248 upper Key Stage 2 pupils and 20 teachers and teaching assistants from five schools across the Gloucestershire/South Gloucestershire/Bristol area on a scintillating South American adventure on Wednesday 14th October 2020.  It was originally intended to hold this workshop in the Department …

Bespoke CPD (Curriculum development, Christ Church C of E (VC) Primary School, Wiltshire)

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I even managed to squeeze in a bespoke CPD session with Sarah Brown, a newly appointed Geography Subject Leader at Christ Church C of E (VC) Primary School in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire (https://www.christchurch.wilts.sch.uk/), this afternoon before the start of the summer holidays … one very busy week! Sarah attended our virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting a couple of days ago and …

Virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 6); ‘Taking learning outside the classroom’.

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At the request of many individuals, I managed to squeeze in another virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting before the end of the academic year.  The theme for our meeting was ‘Taking learning outside the classroom: Developing geographical skills and fieldwork opportunities and ideas for local history studies’.  If this was a face-to-face session, then I would usually take teachers outside and …

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

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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 …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 4)

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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 …

Primary Humanities Network meeting, Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

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Our second meeting of this academic year, with the theme of  ‘Ofsted’s new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) and the 3Is – Part 2’, was again held at the newly refurbished Gloucestershire Heritage Hub (https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/heritage-hub), thanks to their very kind offer to host the event and supply complimentary refreshments.  Instead of being in the Dunrossil Centre, we were based in the Frith …

Primary Geography Quality Mark (PGQM) Day, Parkinson Lane Community Primary School, Halifax

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No travel for me, but remote working instead as Halifax was a little too far to go in a day.  Using Skype, I managed to link up with David Weatherly (http://davidweatherlyeducation.co.uk/), who was on site at Parkinson Lane Community Primary School (https://www.parkinsonlane.com/) to deliver some bespoke CPD related to the Geographical Association’s Primary Geography Quality Mark (PGQM) award. David has …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting (one not to miss if feedback from our last meeting is anything to go by!)

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Come and join us! Feedback from attendees included: ‘Informative; helpful; interesting.  Thank you.’ ‘Thank you, Emma.  I’ve taken on geography and history this year.  Very informative and encouraging.  I feel that the EIF was explained clearly and lots of ideas given.’ ‘I have a better understanding of the word ‘intent’ and what I need to do within my curriculum area …