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Curious teachers, create curious learners and great historians (2018)
Journal Article
Carter, J., Whitehouse, S., & Vickers-Hulse, K. (2018). Curious teachers, create curious learners and great historians. Education 3-13, 46(6), 648-660. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2018.1483800

© 2018, © 2018 ASPE. Engel, S.[2011. “Children’s Need to Know: Curiosity in Schools.” Harvard Educational Review 81 (4): 625–645] stated that curiosity should be cultivated in our schools as it is intrinsic to children’s development. However, this is... Read More about Curious teachers, create curious learners and great historians.

Primary humanities: a perspective from Wales (2017)
Journal Article
Jones, M., & Whitehouse, S. (2017). Primary humanities: a perspective from Wales. Education 3-13, 45(3), 332-342. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2017.1296921

© 2017 ASPE. How the humanities subjects are represented in primary schools in Wales has been influenced by curriculum developments including Curriculum Cymraeg, the Skills Framework and the Foundation Phase. A central tenet of Welsh Government polic... Read More about Primary humanities: a perspective from Wales.

Learning from and with early years and KS1 (2013)
Journal Article
Jones, M., & Whitehouse, S. (2013). Learning from and with early years and KS1. Teaching Geography, 38(3), 110-113

This article suggests that secondary school geography teachers and PGCE Secondary geography trainee teachers should look to make connections with younger children in partner priimary schools to better understand early years practice.

Fun with fiction (2013)
Journal Article
Whitehouse, S., & Jones, M. (2013). Fun with fiction. Primary Geography, 81(Summer), 28-29

Article explains how new fictional texts were used as the inspiration for creating a fresh and successful geography day for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils at a South Gloucestershire Primary School