Most of my Saturday was taken up by the Future Geographers strand, of which more to come later.
Orlaith Roche led an excellent session which I attended to start my day off.
I'll have to hunt out those Bombardier / English Heritage images. It seems there was some furore when they changed their labels and removed reference to 'England' They date from 2010 it seems:
She explored a poem by Benjamin Zephaniah which I have also used in the past and is included in a scheme I am developing around the book 'Windrush Child'. I also have Benjamin on my list of people to contact to see if he may be able to support our conference programme for 2022. More on the Windrush work to come in a month or so once it has reached a point where I can share it.
Orlaith also referenced our work on the GeoCapabilities project and the work on curriculum artefacts in particular.
The session went down well with other delegates it seems:
Just caught up with @OrlaithSiobhan fantastic session from #GAConf21 & loving being able to read the comments too. I have so many questions for so many people at my school about all our subject curriculums. Looking forward to reviewing mine in light of this.— GeoJosie 🌍🍪💙 (@Geo_Jo26) April 14, 2021
You can (re)watch Orlaith's session if you were a delegate following the links provided by Harriet.