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Making the most of historical resources

Buildings are found everywhere and the countryside is no exception. Farm buildings and other countryside structures make ideal topics for a history study by pupils. Historical artefacts can also be used to develop pupils' enquiry skills.Education consultant Nicola Brooks shared her ideas and worksheets with FACE.

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