Better History Forum

The Better History Group is a ThinkTank of experienced history teachers and lecturers concerned with improving the current position and quality of history in the school curriculum. On these pages you will find information on our members, our latest news and events, recent documents (including government submissions) and links to our external press coverage.


BHF members

Dr Seán Lang

Chairman:
Dr Seán Lang, Anglia Ruskin University

Seán is Senior Lecturer in History at Anglia Ruskin University. He is an experienced textbook writer and history teacher. He edited Twentieth Century History Review and was Head of History at Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge 1992-2001. He is a Fellow and former Honorary Secretary of the Historical Association.


Hon. Secretary: Nicolas Kinloch, the Netherhall School, Cambridge

Martin sits on the Academic Steering Committee of the Prince's Training Institute. He was Headteacher of the Cherwell School, Oxford 1981-2002 and currently sits on the Governing Bodies of two secondary schools. He has written many history textbooks for schools. He sat on the Council of EUROCLIO and is a Fellow and former Deputy President of the Historical Association.


Hon. Treasurer: Martin Roberts, Prince's Teaching Institute

Martin sits on the Academic Steering Committee of the Prince's Training Institute. He was Headteacher of the Cherwell School, Oxford 1981-2002 and currently sits on the Governing Bodies of two secondary schools. He has written many history textbooks for schools. He sat on the Council of EUROCLIO and is a Fellow and former Deputy President of the Historical Association.



Committee:
Vikki Askew, Head of Sixth Form, James Allen's Girls' School, Dulwich
Elizabeth Hutchinson, Prince's Teaching Institute
Damien Lane, International Baccaluareate Organisation
Robin Kemp, History Department, County Upper School, Bury St Edmunds
Toby Beaumont, Head of History, Rugby School
Sarah Gadd, County High School, Saffron Walden


Contact Us

Email: betterhistoryforum@anglia.ac.uk
For press enquiries please contact the Anglia Ruskin press office.
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