How it works

Young people can feel disengaged & disconnected from society, and this can affect both their education and their future employability.

The Making History project seeks to connect young people to society on a deeper level through the power of family history and personalised learning, enabled by digital technology; and to develop & enhance practical and social skills that are vital to their futures.

  • Cross-curricular: – History – IT – Geography – Maths – PHSE – citizenship - etc
  • Social cohesion
  • Key stages
  • Engages children in learning through their own discoveries
  • Helps children gain valuable skills in research, IT, film making and writing
  • Helps raise children’s’ aspirations through mentoring
  • Age range