Save the date: CPD evening for Primary teachers
During the evening you will encounter these two exhibitions through activities including role play, object-based learning and creative writing, and reflect on how critical and creative approaches can help you deliver inspiring humanities teaching and cross-curricular learning in your own classroom.
Suitable for Primary teachers, supporting History, Geography and cross-curricular teaching. Join us at this evening CPD event for Primary teachers, supporting literacy development alongside History, Geography and cross-curricular teaching approaches.
About the exhibition - James Cook: The Voyages
To mark 250 years since Captain James Cook’s ship Endeavour set sail from Plymouth, this major exhibition will tell the story of Cook’s three great voyages through original documents, from Cook’s journal detailing the first crossing of the Antarctic Circle to handwritten log books, stunning artwork and intricate maps.
Explore the experiences of people on the ship and in the places visited and shed new light on the encounters that completed the outline of the known world and formed the starting point for two centuries of globalisation.
About the exhibition - Windrush: Songs in a Strange Land
70 years since the Empire Windrush carried hundreds of migrants to London, hear the Caribbean voices behind the 1940s headlines. Why did people come? What did they leave behind? And how did they shape Britain?
Revisit 1948 and explore how the Windrush story is much more than the dawn of British multiculturalism it has come to represent.
Also available at the Library
Free workshops in the James Cook: The Voyages exhibition for Primary and Secondary school groups and free sessions in Windrush: Songs in a Strange Land for Primary and Secondary school groups.
|Age group:||Teachers of KS2 pupils|
|When:||, 16.30 - 20.00|
|Key skills:||Primary History, Geography and cross-curricular learning|
£36 full price (concessions available)
Harry M Weinrebe Learning Centre
The British Library
96 Euston Road
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020 7412 7797