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Keystage history - Imaginative History Teaching in Primary and Secondary Schools

Keystage history  gives you instant access to best practice in  primary and secondary history teaching. It is the product of observations of over 2,000 history lessons over 18 years as an LEA history adviser and  OFSTED inspector, and working closely with hundreds of primary history leaders and Heads of History. The expert advice is up-to-date, the teaching  ideas are imaginative and the numerous, fully-resourced, outstanding history lessons are inspiring


Imaginative ideas for bringing Key Stage 1 history alive, within a carefully-planned, enquiry-led, cross-curricular approach. Practical advice for primary history subject leaders on KS1 history planning, progression, assessment and monitoring. Wide range of fully-resourced outstanding lessons on topics such as Going to the Seaside, Grace Darling, Great Fire, Florence Nightingale, Moon Landing. More about KS1...

Keystage 1

Wide range of imaginative KS2 history lesson activities and teaching ideas with expert advice for primary history subject leaders on cross-curricular planning for creativity, progression and assessment in history.  Outstanding, fully resourced activities on teaching Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Romans, Tudors, Victorians, Life in Britain since 1930s, all with a problem-solving, thinking skills approach.. More about KS2...

Keystage 2

Dozens of outstanding Key Stage 3 history enquiries and leading edge history lessons complement innovative, yet highly practical, approaches to curriculum design, progression, self-evaluation, and monitoring. Separate sections focus on the new KS3 history curriculum, including the empire and slave trade, historical significance and KS3 history assessment. KS3 history lessons judged outstanding by OFSTED are included as working presentations. More about KS3...

Keystage 3

Expert advice on setting high expectations, use of data, and converting well-pitched history assessment objectives into exciting and creative teaching approaches guaranteed to motivate and challenge at Key Stage 4. In-depth analysis of the new GCSE history courses and specifications as well as outstanding GCSE history lessons with downloadable resources on Modern World and SHP history  topics More about KS4...

Keystage 4
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