Essential Information

Type Talks and courses
Date and Times Thursday 4 November, 12.45pm - 6.30pm (at the Museum) or 4pm - 6.30pm (online)
Prices Free
Location
National Maritime Museum → Ground floor → Lecture Theatre

Teaching inclusive histories

The Teaching Inclusive Histories event aims to highlight the work that both primary and secondary school teachers and museum professionals are doing to ensure that history lessons, workshops and resources for school pupils are inclusive and make meaningful connections with the lives of young people today.  It aims to create a space for sharing good practice, discussing approaches and highlighting useful tools and resources.

Join us for inspiring keynote speakers, teacher presentations, taster sessions, object handling sessions and local history workshops.

This event is hosted by the Royal Museums Greenwich learning team in collaboration with the Royal Borough of Greenwich School Improvement team, Old Royal Naval College and Historic England. It is part of the Our Century centenary programme from the Institute of Historical Research - the UK's national centre for history.  The Our Century programme (July 2021- May 2022) celebrates the discipline and practice of history across the UK and beyond.

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Can't make it to the Museum?

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Please note:

This event takes place at the National Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House and surrounds. Workshops and taster sessions will take place in our galleries and learning spaces. Keynote speeches and teacher presentations will be livestreamed from our lecture theatre and film recordings made available on request after the event. Each element of the programme will comply with government COVID-19 guidance relevant at the time.  Should government guidance prohibit gathering in person, there will be digital recordings and webinars instead.