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If you have been part of, or organised, an event that encourages history learning that you wish to share with other schools, please email us with details and photographs and we will post on our blog and link to Twitter. The aim of the site is to encourage schools to share ideas and forge links with other like-minded schools and bring together teachers and children who wish to participate in commemorations, discussions, competitions and outdoor classroom events.
If you have an idea that you think could help bring history alive for children, then we want to hear about it. The site looks to serve as a central platform for inspiration and information to all schools nationwide.
We have designed our website as an information platform with schools and children in mind. Because of the involvement of so many schools and the approach of having in-house school committees to help mastermind the venture, we are delighted to take a user-informed approach to best meet your needs. You can tell is what you think and be part of that process by emailing us.
Hungry for History’s main content is through its blog page in which we will regularly update relevant news, ideas and events that are happening throughout the United Kingdom. When using this blog page you can filter by tag to find information on a related topic. You can use our search page to find content by keyword.
We want children to help us mastermind this venture. We want this campaign to grow and develop in the direction the children want to take it. We would like schools to encourage children to get involved by creating a “Hungry for History’ committee of students of all ages to work together and discuss Hungry for History ideas, commemorative events, outdoor classrooms, competitions etc. If possible, we would like schools to set up activities that could link in the local area or their partner schools to inform them of what is happening. We want to encourage children to learn about their local history to encourage local pride. Through discussion and collaboration, we hope these committees will develop a series of skill sets and allow them to leave their own lasting legacy from the commemorations.
If you feel there is a scope for a link with Hungry for History, please do let us know. Email Us
Waterloo 200 Ltd is an umbrella organisation approved and supported by Government to oversee the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
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Commonwealth War Graves Commission Educational Department.
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