Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities

Historical Association Annual Conference 2019
Historical Association Annual Conference 2019

Annual Sponsors


The Historical Association Annual Conference

We believe in the importance of not just learning history, but learning from history. Understanding past events and people and their significance in shaping our lives today is a valuable skill and studying history gives students a better insight into the modern world.

That’s why we’ve worked with teachers to create our History specifications. We’ve taken the best topics from our current history courses and developed new and exciting topics that you’ll enjoy teaching and your students will find engaging.  Also the flexible structure of our specifications gives you the choice and flexibility to teach the history you want to teach. Find out more by visiting aqa.org.uk/history.


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Come and talk to our history specialists to discover why our GCSE and A level are so popular and join our workshops for extra guidance on sources and interpretations. Plus see how our KS3, GCSE and A level resources inspire and support students of all abilities to become successful historians.

Conference Sponsors


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WJEC Eduqas is a leading awarding organisation with an established reputation for the quality of its assessment and resources and the accessibility of its expert subject support.

Visit our website for specifications, sample assessment materials, resources and details of training for our History GCSE qualification.

Our exhibitors


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Hodder Education is the leading History publisher for the secondary education market. In 2019 we’re publishing a new Key Stage 3 course – Understanding History, a new series of accessible textbooks for AQA GCSE – Engaging with AQA GCSE History and relaunching the Access to History series to meet the demands of today’s A-level specifications.

Historical England

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We are the public body that looks after England’s historic environment.  We champion historic places, helping people understand, value and care for them. We want every child to be inspired by their local heritage and every teacher to have brilliant resources to use inside and outside the classroom.

Oxford University Press

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Visit the Oxford stand to discover and evaluate the new KS3 History 4th edition, now updated to support progression to GCSE. Take a look at our new GCSE and A Level Revision Guides, offering a clear approach that gives students the confidence to succeed in exams. Plus, don’t miss out on seeing Kerboodle in action, including our new KS3 History 4th edition Kerboodle.

Thackray Medical Museum

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Thackray Medical Museum is launching a NEW extensive range of immersive, fun outreach workshops for KS1 to KS4 from Spring 2019.

From Florence Nightingale to Victorian lives, from the medical impact of WW1 to the gore and blood of Victorian Surgery, we can help your students explore the wonderful world of medicine.


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OCR is a leading UK awarding body, providing qualifications for students of all abilities from Entry Level, GCSE and A Levels to Cambridge Nationals and Cambridge Technicals.

We are committed to supporting you as you teach our qualifications and work hard to ensure you have everything you need, from free teaching and learning resources to specialist guidance and advice. We also have a range of CPD training courses and events on offer.

With all this support, you can focus on delivering exciting and engaging History lessons to your students.

For extraordinary History teaching support visit: ocr.org.uk/history

Rayburn Tours

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Rayburn Tours create international educational trips for schools, including history trips tailored to the curriculum. Whether you choose to take your students to the WWI Battlefields of Belgium and France or travel further afield to Russia and the USA, we can help you create a memorable history trip to support your teaching.

English Heritage

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English Heritage provides free school visits to any of the 400+ properties across the county, hands-on expert-led Discovery Visit workshops for immersive learning and free downloadable resources to help support teaching in and out of the classroom.


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Bring history to life from the Stone Age to 1066. For 30 years TTS have been creating products with you in mind! From Artefacts Packs to programmable robots, we love to speak with teachers from around the world, come and see us at stand 9 for your FREE Goody Bag.

Historic Royal Palaces

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Historic Royal Palaces is an independent charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, the Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle. Our aim is to help everyone explore the story of how monarchs and people have shaped society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built. We raise all our own funds and depend on the support of our visitors, members, donors, sponsors and volunteers.


Westminster Abbey

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Learning at Westminster Abbey

We offer guided tours, curriculum-linked creative workshops, self-led trails, video conferences, outreach sessions and special events across EYFS and all key stages. With over 1,000 years of Christian worship and British history under one roof, pupils will be inspired by a visit to Westminster Abbey.



Imperial War Museums

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Imperial War Museums is a family of five museums and historic sites covering war and conflict from the First World War to the present day. Find out about IWM’s new schools offer and how we explore war and conflict told from different perspectives through our unique sites, innovative programming and national collections.



BBC Teach

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BBC Teach provides free curriculum-linked resources to help teachers deliver engaging history lessons.

Popular series include ClueTubers, The Norman Conquest and 1066, and Victorian Villains.

We curate resources from across the BBC to support major events and seasons like Black History Month and the centenary of World War One.