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Posted by Julie Hicks on 25th June 2014
We’re running a very quick survey on the use of film in the classroom.  Help us with our survey and you could win a £25 voucher! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/historysquad
Posted by Kevin Hicks on 23rd May 2014
A BIG thanks you to all the students and teachers from Danesfield School yesterday for braving the storms on their school trip yesterday which had to be cut short due to streams of water pouring through the castle.  Well done everyone!
Posted by Julie Jenkins on 11th April 2014
Phase 2 of our film project for Oxford University Press is being edited now and the general consensus is that they’re great!  Making 25x 2-minute films may sound easy but it takes a lot of creativity to ensure you include key content as well as an element of entertainment to engage students.  Script writer Kevin Hicks has achieved this and the first set of films are now available to view live on Kerboodle.  www.oxfordsecondary.co.uk/ks3historykerboodle
Posted by Julie Hicks on 21st March 2014
Hello!  We’re happy to say that our Autumn term calendar is filling up already and today had our first enquiry for 2016 – it’s not too early to start looking for key people like us to help support you when you're planning your teaching program and who could be providing a brilliant service for you and your students.  Contact us now for further information on the many presentations and workshops we offer - email: info@historysquad.co.uk

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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.