In 2014 prehistory became part of the National Curriculum in England. Former Rollright Trustee Hattie Kimberly reviewed the ideas behind using prehistory as a vehicle for wide ranging topics.

As her dissertation for an MA in education, former Rollright Trustee Hattie Kimberly reviewed the ideas behind using prehistory as a vehicle for wide ranging topics and styles of learning for children.  She examined a number of practical examples and used the Pitt Rivers Museum and Rollright Stones as her case studies for approaches adopted by a museum and an ancient monument in the countryside.  

To read her dissertation, click on the link below to download the relevant pdf

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