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Happy new (school) year from SHP

Dear all, I hope that you are all well and coping with, what must be, the strangest term in all of our careers. While the priority has to be staying safe and getting through, there are still many exciting things happening at the Schools History Project which I would like to you aware of. SHP Planning Groups The Schools History Project has always been a curriculum project which has sought to have r...

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Introducing SHP Planning Groups

We’re incredibly proud to be launching a new initiative for the next academic year, designed to support teachers in curriculum planning and subject knowledge around key topics in the history curriculum. What are SHP Planning Groups? SHP Planning Groups are groups of teachers who will work together through a six-month project to learn from each other, experienced teachers and historical exper...

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Statement from Professor Stuart Foster from the Centre for Holocaust Education

This statement below, praising Dale Banham and Ian Luff’s SHP History Year 9, the approach they took to writing the book and the material it contains on the Holocaust was issued by Professor Stuart Foster, Executive Director of the Centre for Holocaust Education at UCL. You may be aware of a recent online CPD from the University College London (UCL) Centre of Holocaust Education which focuse...

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Essay Competition – The Results

THE RESULTS Schools History Project Essay Competition in association with Professor Peter Frankopan, No More Marking and Hodder Education THE RESULTS Thank you very much to the over-160 schools that have participated in the SHP essay competition in association with Prof Peter Frankopan and No More Marking supported by Hodder Education and History Today. Congratulations to all who took part, the st...

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