The first ever Practical Histories Conference will take place on Saturday, 18 June 2022 at the University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton.
Practical Histories is our free sister site. It is a history teacher web magazine which offers articles on practical approaches to history teaching.
This conference aims to provide you with practical ideas that you can use immediately in the classroom.
It comprises four separate sessions designed to inspire you and provide you with subject-specific CPD with specific focus on curriculum planning, promoting literacy, diversification, teaching representative history and general top history teaching tips.
Keynote speaker is Aaron Wilkes, co-founder of Practical Histories, teacher, author/series editor for Oxford University Press.
Aaron will share his tried and tested strategies to enthuse, raise attainment and embody his core lesson drivers: Accessibility, Challenge and Engagement.
Our other keynote speakers are Dale Banham and Ian Luff who will be discussing research into Ofsted.
HRC authors Neil Bates, Elena Stevens and Marc Scruby are all running sessions. Other speakers include Claire Hollis, Andrew Payne and Simon Beale.
We have kept costs as low as we can.
Go on, book your place now!
For more details and to book, visit the University of Sussex website.