“Let’s talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs” – Part I

Clio et cetera

ImageIt has not escaped my notice that I have not yet had chance to return to my series of blogs on medium-term planning. Fear not! I intend to do so soon. I have decided, however, that I want to start sharing some of my own practice on this blog a little more directly. For this reason, I have decided to share with any interested readers the process I am about to go through in creating a new medium term plan, a scheme of work that I intend to teach before Easter 2014. My intention is that, by blogging on the process by which I design the enquiry, I can elucidate clearly the stages that I go through in putting together a medium term plan.

The 2014 National Curriculum (which I quite like) makes clear that pupils should be studying late-medieval British (or at least English) history. Pupils have to…

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