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The ultimate resource for developing a diverse history curriculum in secondary schools. Exclusively based on historical sources from The National Archives, this book is an indispensable tool for history departments to diversify their Key Stage 3 curriculum and uncover important stories from British history that are often missing from textbooks.
With downloadable sources, exciting lesson plans, activities and photocopiable resources, this is a must-have book for every humanities department in every secondary school. Allowing for a unique enquiry-based approach for teaching history, this is a flexible resource that will save teachers hours of searching for authentic sources online and ensure that students develop a diverse knowledge of British history.
In addition to John Blanke, Euan Lucie-Smith, Princess Sophia Duleep Singh and the arrival of the Empire Windrush, students will learn about key figures and events in British history that don't always come up in history lessons. From Shapurji Saklatvala, one of the first people of Indian heritage to become an MP in Britain, to the British Black Power movement in the 1970s, Diverse Histories allows teachers to offer comprehensive and inclusive history lessons that both prepare students for their assessments and enrich their learning.
|Publication date:||29th September 2022|
|Author:||Clare (The National Archives, UK) Horrie, Rachel (The National Archives, UK) Hillman, Ela Kaczmarska|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Education an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 3|
|Topics:||History, Racism / Multi-Culturalism|
Clare Horrie is Education Web Manager for The National Archives' education website. Together with Rachel Hillman, she has developed, written and produced a wide range of online teaching materials from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5 and was previously a secondary school teacher and head of history in the state sector. Rachel Hillman is Onsite Education Manager for The National Archives. She has led in the development of The National Archives' special educational needs and family programmes, as well as a number of large-scale education events for history students. She has also developed creative projects for young people on different historical ...More About Clare (The National Archives, UK) Horrie, Rachel (The National Archives, UK) Hillman, Ela Kaczmarska