Monthly Archives: December 2013

Georgians Revealed Exhibition

Now that I have just about finished teaching about the 18th century, with some spectacular assessment pieces from my clever year 8s about how the British Empire led to some of the significant changes in this period, I am reviewing … Continue reading

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Christmas History Lesson: Mussolini

Inspired by Richard Kennett, I’ve been concentrating on quality History Christmas lessons this week. I teach AQA’s “Mussolini’s Italy: A New Roman Empire?” in Y12. We’ve had a cut to teaching time at A-level this year so my share has … Continue reading

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TeachMeet Post-16 at City Academy Bristol

We begin with a keynote from Mark Anderson, who gives us some background on teachmeets and how powerful he thinks it can be. The numbers stack up – if the 670 teachers who attended TeachMeet in Clevedon teach 8 classes … Continue reading

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