Following the introduction of the new Migration topic to our existing GCSE (9-1) History specification from September 2020 we
have been talking to teachers, parents and students to find out what they are doing to encourage greater diversity and inclusion at their schools.
Share your story!
We’d love to hear your stories of diversity and inclusion. If you would like to share your story please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or share via your social channels tagging @pearsonschools and using #diversityinhistory.
Case Study: Joshua Garry, Deputy Head of History
Joshua Garry is a Deputy Head of History in London. In this case study Joshua shares how he incorporates diversity and inclusion into his history teaching. He also talks about his his personal experience of history education and his passion for diversity and inclusion as an essential part of history education.
When it comes to history, I believe that every learner should be able to see where they fit in, connect with the past, understand their contribution and make sense of the world they’re in.