The Project Team

A project of this nature is inevitably dependent on the support and goodwill of a range of people.

We would like to thank in particular Leszek Iwaskow, Geography HMI and Mike Maddison, History HMI for their support.

The project was facilitated  for the National Forest Teaching School by Mr Paul Lovern from the St Mary’s (Colton) and Richard Crosse Church of England Federation.

The Project Team was led by Diane Swift, formerly from Keele University and now Director of the Keele and North Staffordshire Primary SCITT

A large number of teachers contributed to the project – over 75 schools took part in some way. Within this group, a number of colleagues attended additional meetings and were able to shape the project further. These included:

Jenny Bower-Gormley, The de Ferrers Academy, Burton on Trent

Sally Churchill, Saxon Hill Community School, Lichfield

Alison Evans, All Saints Primary School, Rangemore

Claire Murfin, Thomas Russell Junior School, Barton Under Needwood

Catherine Newstead, The St Mary’s (Colton) and Richard Crosse (CofE) Primary Federation.

Ashley Roe, The Mosley Academy, Anslow, Burton on Trent

Emily Starkie, John Taylor High School, Barton Under Needwood.

The project was hosted by and worked with the Education and Events teams at the National Memorial Arboretum. The Arboretum was both the location that facilitated the project events  and became a project resource. More about how to use the NMA for your primary history and geography work can be found on this project page.

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