A FREE 1/2 day Teachers CPD Event

A FREE half day Teachers CPD Event led by Historic England's Heritage School Programme and Bradford Museums & Galleries

A FREE half day Teachers CPD Event led by Historic England's Heritage School Programme and Bradford Museums & Galleries

 

                Cartwright Hall Art Gallery
                Lister Park, Bradford, BD9 4NS
                THURSDAY 28TH JUNE 2018        12:30 - 4:00 pm
                Light lunch provided

                 

This is the first in a series of FREE practical CPD events supporting primary & secondary teachers in better use of local heritage to engage learners and improve learning, providing:

  • Guidance and practical activities on why, when, where and how local heritage can be effectively used to support a broad and balnced curriculum, with specific cross curricular examples including literacy, numeracy and SMSC
  • Support in finding out what's worth knowing in your locality
  • Practical help with planning and resourcing your local heritage projects
  • An opportunity to meet with local heritage and cultural partners
  • Information on how the National Heritage Schools Programme can:
  •      provide free bespoke resources for your school including map and aerial photograph packs
  •      facilitate partnership with your heritage partners and access to funded local projects
  •      provide funding and further support for heritage projects
  •      help access a National Heriatge Schools Award

 

Course Leader

Julie Edwards, Historic England Heritage Education Manager

 

To register for this free event please contact

Hilmara Crawshaw Heritage Schools Project Officer

hilmara.Crawshaw@HistoricEngland.org.uk        (Telephone - 0161 2421415)

 

For more information contact Julie Edwards - Historic England Heritage Education Manager

julie.edwards@historicengland.org.uk    (Telephone - 07799 629594)

 

Booking Closes Friday 22nd June

 


Information

Published: 11/06/2018
Audience: Headteachers, Teachers & SLT's
Contact: Dawn McIntosh

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