Roundtable discussion held on 25th November
27 November 2019

A very successful roundtable discussion was held on Monday 25th November, where people from a range of organizations, including subject and primary associations, higher education institutions, schools, teacher unions and other groups and individuals discussed how Humanities 20:20 should be taken forward. It was agreed that there is a strong groundswell of interest in a balanced and broadly-based primary curriculum, with the humanities as an essential part of such a curriculum. Stephen Scoffham and Tony Eaude from the Humanities 20:20 steering group outlined possible planned events, with other participants suggesting other ideas and discussing how these can be implemented, taking account of the demands both on schools and the funding available. The implications of these will be discussed and more definite plans posted on this website and sent out to signatories of the manifesto in the New Year. If anyone would like to know more, or has plans of how to raise the profile of the humanities in primary schools, please contact Dr Tony Eaude on

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