27 November 2014

Resource review: Heritage Learning magazine

By Rochelle Whitty, education editor, Engaging Places | 07 November 2008
Magazine cover, text on green background with a painted image of a man and young boy

Heritage Learning cover, issue 39 © English Heritage 2008

Since its transformation in September 2008 (issue 39), Heritage Learning magazine is now more practical than ever. Heritage Learning provides suggested activities and ready-to-use resources for learning within and through heritage environments. Heritage Learning is highly visual and practical, a no-fuss, ready-to-use resource.

Activities and resources can be used in class or combined with a visit to a local heritage site. Each issue focuses on a particular topic. For example, September 2008 featured art and design, local learning opportunities were covered in the summer 2008 issue and in February 2009, Charles Darwin’s bicentenary will be celebrated.

Key stages: 1 and 2

Key subjects: History, geography, art & design

Built environment education: Heritage

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