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Celtic Harmony Prehistory Inset Day – 3rd May 2017
Step back into Ancient Britain at Celtic Harmony Camp, the UK’s largest reconstructed Iron Age settlement near Hertford. With a host of themed Prehistory educational visits including Stone Age Days & Iron Age Farmer and Warrior Day Trips and a new Prehistory Residential Trip, your class will be immersed in the sights and sounds that Ancient Britons experienced over 800,000 years of Prehistory. Celtic Harmony are now offering teachers the chance to enhance their subject knowledge with Free interactive Prehistory Inset days, the first takes place on Wednesday 3 May, starting at 3pm, and will include a host of curriculum-linked activity ideas and resources that you can be taken back to the classroom. Limited spaces to secure your place go to:
Prehistory Inset Day Flyer
Schools Brochure - January 2017
History Competition for Schools - My EPIC Era
My EPIC Era is back with another great History competition for schools and pupils throughout the UK, brought to you by 60 second histories.
My EPIC Era puts pupils in the driving seat, allowing them to share their passion and knowledge of their favourite historical era.
The winners will write, direct and even star in their own films which will be shared on the 60 second histories’ website for all schools to use.
Entries will be judged by a panel of top educationalists including;
My EPIC Era is open to all KS2 and KS3 pupils and will be open until the 31 March 2017.
Entry is online at:
First World War Support for Schools
As part of the Army’s commemorations of the centenary of the First World War, the MOD has developed a programme of support to schools. This has two major elements:
Our other forms of school support can be found on our Teachers page
For further information please visit:
Wordbank for London
Wordbank for The London Pass, the sightseeing city card, have created five teaching resources on the history of Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace and Tower Bridge.
These include interesting facts, the people and the history behind these landmarks and can be accessed through the links below which are embedded with multimedia infographics.