Podcast about Humanities 20:20 released
11 July 2019

Professor Simon Catling and Dr Tony Eaude were recently interviewed about Humanities 20:20 by Mark Taylor of NAPE (National Association for Primary Education) which backs the campaign. The podcast has just been released. This is intended to explain the thinking behind Humanities 20:20 in more detail than is possible in the manifesto. Please be aware that this is just under an hour long. The link to this podcast is and can also be found (with a little background) under the section Case Studies.

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