Teaching for greater depth and knowledge in Primary History
DateThu, 5th March, 2020
Time9:30 am - 3:30 pm
LocationSt William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich
(plus 20% VAT - VAT Reg.No: 188 0821 84)
• Not sure how the new OFSTED framework will impact on history?
• Want to understand in detail what inspectors will be looking for?
• Have you identified the gaps in knowledge among your pupils they might pick up on?
• Are you confident about the different kinds of historical knowledge pupils need to be taught?
• Do you still want to teach in a creative cross-curricular way yet show that your planning supports rigorous history?
The new OFSTED framework places strong emphasis on the quality of curriculum design and the knowledge that learners are intended to acquire through it. Planning and assessment need to be strong in foundation subjects like history as well as core ones.
This course will clearly explain the implications for organising the history curriculum. It will
• define the different kinds of subject and conceptual knowledge learners need to meet OFSTED requirements,
• show how to identify any gaps in existing planning
• how to slant content for pupils to acquire knowledge for example around local history or neglected concepts
• Consider ways link subjects creatively, while retaining their identity
The day will include practical examples of planning and approaches for immediate use.
Bring a memory stick and take away the materials.
£300 per person (total for 2 days)
Course name:Teaching for greater depth and knowledge in Primary History
Date:Thu, 5th March, 2020
Time:9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location:St William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich
Price:£160.00 (Plus 20% VAT – VAT Reg.No: 188 0821 84)
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Andrew Wrenn is a freelance consultant and writer in history education and a former Humanities Advisor for an English local authority. He is a Fellow of the Historical Association (based in London, UK) and has written extensively for publishers such as Cambridge University Press, Pearson, HarperCollins and Routledge, with texts on The First World War, Presenting the Past, History and Citizenship and Twentieth Century (Collins Key Stage 3 History). He has also written for the Historical Association, the BBC and the Times Educational Supplement.