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Who Do We Think We Are?

Who Do We Think We Are? (WDWTWA) is a DCSF-funded initiative that is helping primary and secondary pupils explore identity, diversity and citizenship at local, national and global scales. It supports lessons in citizenship, geography, history and religious education, as well as the wider curriculum. WDWTWA particularly explores the themes of:

  • School and community
  • Relationships, belonging and faith
  • History and settlement
  • 'Britishness', national identity/values and the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games or

Who Do We Think We Are? is managed by the Historical Association, the Royal Geographical Society with IBG and citizenship consultant Paula Kitching.