We continue our Primary Music on Fire specials this week by talking about how being authentic with your class can be inspiring for your pupils. This is especially true when you love rock music, have a YouTube Channel and created History Rocks.
Glenn Carter is a primary school history co-ordinator and year 5 teacher, who has a Masters Degree in History.
Glenn has combined his passion of history, music and education to create History Rocks.
History Rocks is all about making primary history creative! As well as fusing technology with history, producing worksheets, presentations and classroom activities, History Rocks also provides FREE, high-quality songs.
Click below to find out more about Glenn or book him for CPD.
Twitter – @historyrocksuk
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