HEP Supports Harlequins Foundation Launch of Unique Primary Resources

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HEP Supports Harlequins Foundation Launch of Unique Primary Resources

Published: Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021 at 10:24 AM

HEP Supports Harlequins Foundation Launch of Unique Primary Resources

Published: Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021 at 10:24 AM

Harlequins EDU –

HEP is delighted to be working in partnership with The Harlequins Foundation to launch ‘Harlequins EDU’, a brand new suite of primary-focused resources. Carefully designed by teachers, for teachers, these resources have been created in-line with National Curriculum aims, engaging pupils through STEAM Education including History, Geography and PSHE.

These unique lessons are:

    • Related to the game of rugby and the Harlequins Football Club
    • Simple to access
    • Engaging for pupils, encouraging independent research and opportunities for collaborative work
    • Can be used in any context, whether pupils are in the classroom, isolated or home-schooling

In addition, the lessons have been designed to include the Skills Builder Universal Framework, the national standard for teaching essential skills.

Available to download for free via this link – Harlequins EDU

Take a look at one of the Science lessons:

What our members say

Meet the Expert – Art Workshop – "Good delivery and alternative resource options provided. There were clear explanations and questions to ask children were also provided."

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Deep Dive Subject Leader Training – "I so enjoyed the course. It made me realise how much I have to do in History, but so reassuring to have someone who knows what he is talking about!"

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