Royal Historical Society Curriculum Conference

Date: 23 April
Venue: Royal Historical Society, UCL, London

We are currently exploring options for moving elements of this event online, and will share more details as soon as we can.

About this Event

An exchange of information between history teachers in schools and universities to enhance understanding about Curriculum development.

This free, one-day event, organised by the Royal Historical Society, is designed to support an exchange of information between history teachers in schools and universities in order to enhance understanding about issues in curriculum development in and between these two educational phases. Subjects will include, but are not limited to, discussions about transitions between phases, equality, diversity and inclusion and the new A level syllabus. There will also be a session about the Society’s forthcoming Teaching Portal and how you can contribute to it. The day will consist of a series of 15 minute long presentations designed to both inform and prompt participants to contribute to discussion. Refreshments and lunch will be provided and there will be opportunities to network.

Please register to attend this event on Eventbrite.

If you need any further information about this event please contact either Professor Ken Fincham: K.C.Fincham@kent.ac.uk or Peter D’Sena: p.dsena@herts.ac.uk,