Engaging Places a success!

Engaging Places, the popular series of workshops aimed at bringing together teachers and the heritage sector, has been an outstanding success – all the sessions were were fully booked and attendees came away full of praise for their productive and informative content.

Held in Kensington Palace, York Minster and Peterborough Museum, they covered everything from National Curriculum changes to how best to identify local heritage assets. Teachers were able to speak frankly about the challenges they faced and teach owners and managers of historic sites about the needs of schools.

For those unable to attend, please find below presentations on changes to the National Curriculum, how to use the Engaging Places websiteWhat Teachers Want from trips to heritage assets and how best to engage artistically with heritage, as well as a text of the new draft National Curriculum with explanatory notes.

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