Research and analysis

Making history lessons enjoyable and meaningful in a diverse society

This publication was withdrawn on 24 February 2016

This good practice example has been withdrawn as it is older than 3 years and may no longer reflect current policy.

Ofsted good practice example showing how Lampton School Academy makes history relevant, engaging, enjoyable, accessible and challenging.

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Lampton School Academy - good practice example

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Lampton School Academy - good practice example

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This example explains how Lampton School Academy makes history reflect students’ needs and their context by putting inclusion at the heart of its approach to teaching and learning. It responds to their aspirations and it prepares them for their future as citizens in a diverse multi-cultural, multi-faith and multi-ethnic society. As a result, history is relevant. Yet it is also engaging and enjoyable, accessible and challenging.