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Posted by J Hicks on 10th November 2014
Oxford University Press have released a short film made in partnership with the History Squad and D'Overbroek's College which explains why we have Poppy Day.  Made specially for their Kerboodle package, OUP thought it fitting to release this film free for everyone to view on YouTube.  Just visit the link at http://fdslive.oup.com/www.oup.com/oxed/secondary/history/TWI_2.10_How_did_Poppy_Day_start.mp4 
Posted by Kevin Hicks on 22nd August 2014
Explore Black History month, with a presentation-based workshop on Slavery.  Combining history with a bit of geography, this workshop explores how people were captured, enslaved, transported and sold at various markets and also focuses on the reformists and the abolition of slavery. Pupils handle the manacles and chains used by the slavers and we also cleverly recreate the tight conditions that were suffered on board the slave ships to give students a better understanding of the suffering inflicted for the sake of profit.
Posted by Julie Hicks on 14th July 2014
To G. Bateman, Gloucestershire who was the lucky winner of our draw for completing our recent survey.  We would like to thank you all again for your responses and wish you a very relaxed summer break.
Posted by Julie Hicks on 8th July 2014
A BIG THANK YOU to all of you who completed our recent film survey.  We had a great response and the results were tremendously useful.  We will be announcing the winner of the £25 M&S vouchers shortly.

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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.