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Posted by Julie Hicks on 24th May 2013
The Holocaust has been brought to life by local drama students who performed their most powerful and moving piece to date ….....                                   For most children and young adults born around the start of the new century, words like Auschwitz, Dachau and Holocaust remain largely hidden on unexplored pages of history – but not so for the talented drama troupe at Stagecoach Leamington Spa who touched...
Posted by Kevin Hicks on 4th February 2013
Getting hands-on experience is a great way of igniting a passion to learn and this summer we're re-launching a brilliant new children's activity, where two teams are pitted against each other to load and fire two replica canons. These mini workshops are great for family events and history days, suitable for young children from 4-11 years old, The Canon Race is an excellent way to engage and entertain younger visitors.  
Posted by Kevin Hicks on 30th January 2013
I'm currently building a model castle that youngsters can build.  The castle is based upon the keep at Rochester Castle and will be a fantastic new addition to the History Squad school workshop repertoire. I'll keep you all posted once it's complete.
Posted by Kevin Hicks on 8th November 2012
Below is a link to a promo for Instruments of Death - new to Yesterday channel, Monday nights at 9pm from 12th November.  Don't miss it!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qG71bS5VhS0&feature=youtu.be

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60 Second Histories is one of the best Edtech Resources 2017
We’re delighted to announce that online teaching resource, 60 second histories, has been included on the list of ‘The 50 Best EdTech Resources of 2017’.  Published by Technology & Innovation magazine, the list celebrates what truly works in education and what has a particularly positive impact on teaching and learning at secondary school level.  60 second histories films have been written by Kevin Hicks of the History Squad.