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This conference examined the future for the teaching of history in England’s primary and secondary schools.
With an expert panel advising the Department for Education in the development of a model history curriculum, delegates assessed priorities for curriculum design in schools.
Discussion in the agenda included:
- developing history education - design of knowledge-rich curricula at primary and secondary level - diversifying content and improving representation - teaching pupils historical argument
- the teaching workforce - priorities for support - design of ITT programmes for history - mentoring new teachers - improving recruitment, retention and CPD for specialist teachers
- GCSE and A Level - engaging students - maintaining the position of history as a subject at this level - future pathways for history students progressing into higher education and related careers
We are pleased to have been able to include keynote contributions from Christine Counsell, Director, Opening Worlds; Editor, Teaching History; and Trustee, David Ross Education Trust; and Sir Anthony Seldon, the noted contemporary historian.