Report & audio from this one-day conference which examined issues of history, identity and citizenship across an increasingly divergent, multi-national UK state
History teacher Dan Lyndon-Cohen responds to the latest proposals for the National Curriculum in History
Terry Wrigley writes on the changes in English school examinations, that are now more than a technical question, but tell an interesting social story about participation, recognition and exclusion
Report from the conference held at the Bishopsgate Institute in London on June 30th 2012, examining the state of History education in Britain today
A national conference in June 2012 to discuss the teaching of History in British schools. Jointly sponsored by the Royal Historical Society, the Raphael Samuel History Centre, and the Historical Association.
Information about the launch event on 15th March 2012 for the forthcoming book ‘History: An Introduction to Theory, Method, and Practice’ by Peter Claus and John Marriott
Should history take a good look at geography and geology, where out-of-school learning and field trips are considered an essential part of the school and university curriculum?