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Sharing a KS3 history curriculum, CPD and resources through the DfE KS3 History pilot. For more information please contact HistoryHub@trinityacademyhalifax.org
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History Hub Jul 11
We’ve had a great afternoon in London with . We heard from on the importance of the curriculum programme and met with other lead and participant schools, sharing our experiences so far. We’re really looking forward to the next stage of the project!
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History Hub Jul 4
A really exciting few days for the project with three new schools and one existing school signed up for September 2019!
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History Hub Jul 3
Replying to @HistoryHubTAH
After studying the Norman Conquest, students will apply and build on their knowledge by looking at the experiences of women. Here’s the work in progress! Fact - Only three women appear on the Bayeux Tapestry, but who are they?
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History Hub Jul 3
After reviewing feedback from our participating schools, from September all of our enquiries will be planned with ‘In Focus’ resources. The aim is to add diversity to our KS3 curriculum and share important experiences from the past that may have been neglected previously.
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History Hub Jul 1
For those who are looking for more clarity on the pilot programme, this might help! -
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History Hub Jul 1
Attention all Yorkshire/Lancashire History teachers! We are still looking for schools to trial our free KS3 resources so that we can give feedback, based on your experience, to the DfE. It will reduce your KS3 planning and allow you to voice your opinion on future developments!
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TTSA School Direct Jun 29
☺️ Come and see me in Leeds for the Train to Teach event! We are there from 10am - 2pm!
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Hannah Tuffnell Jun 26
Are you looking for high quality KS3 history resources? The can provide these for *free* as part of the DfE history pilot. A great opportunity to get involved and reduce workload
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History Hub Jun 26
Our ‘How did the Normans conquer and control England?’ Knowledge Organiser has been refined based on feedback from our first cohort of pilot schools and is ready to go to our 2019/2020 partners. We’re looking forward to the feedback to improve them further!
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Humanities&Languages@Essa Jun 25
If you’re looking to restructure your curriculum, improve provision at KS3, or improve the work life balance of the teachers in your school then we would highly recommend !
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Hannah Tuffnell Jun 25
An amazing opportunity for history departments to be involved. Please RT
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History Hub Jun 25
Thank you. We’re really looking forward to working with and over the next academic year!
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Humanities&Languages@Essa Jun 25
We’ve been taking part in a DFE pilot scheme led by . Working with them has been hugely beneficial in allowing us to plan a curriculum fit for the new Ofsted framework and reduce our own teacher workload. Amazing resources and CPD. It’s a privilege to be part of it.
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History Hub Jun 25
Replying to @HistoryHubTAH
In summary, we will provide free resources and CPD in return for your feedback on the curriculum. We are looking for ways to improve outcomes at KS3 history and reduce staff workload. To be involved in this exciting project, please contact us!
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History Hub Jun 25
Replying to @HistoryHubTAH
We have worked with six schools so far and are looking for more to join us in this project. As one of our pilot schools you will receive complete schemes of work, SLE support and free CPD. In return we are simply asking for feedback on the curriculum to report back to the DfE.
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History Hub Jun 25
Are you about to redesign or tweak your KS3 history curriculum ahead of September? We are leading a DfE Pilot programme to trial our well-resourced curriculum in schools in Yorkshire and Lancashire. This is a great way to reduce workload, enhance provision and improve outcomes.
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