New survey open for teachers on Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age

Right when we began Schools Prehistory we ran a small survey of teachers to find out what was being planned and what teachers wanted support with. Way back in 2013, many teachers didn’t even know whether they’d be required to teach Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Now, teaching has begun. We’ve been pretty quiet here mainly because we’ve been so busy writing resources on this very topic, for the British Museum and the Hamilton Trust, teaching workshops, for instance at the Chiltern Open Air Museum, and making loads of replica artefacts to send you to use in the classroom.

Our director Kim at the Stone Age camp at the Chiltern Open Air Museum

Our director Kim at the Stone Age camp at the Chiltern Open Air Museum

Ice Age spray paint

Ice Age spray paint

We’ve been trying to make sure we have gathered lots of resources for you to use here on our blog, and we’d like to know what you’ve decided to use in your teaching – and whether you’ve found something we haven’t. Please, if you’re teaching this topic, let us know what you’re planning to do via our survey on Survey Monkey and we’ll share results in a couple of weeks.

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