Hello everybody. I am currently writing my dissertation as a third-year history undergraduate. I chose to carry out a project which has predominantly involved designing an educational website for Key Stage Three pupils which allows visitors to learn about influential historical women. After gaining some experience in a secondary school during my second year studies, I started to notice that barring Queens and the Suffrage Movement, pupils at the school where I was at were taught little history which exclusively regarded women. Obviously, I have been doing quite a lot of research into the subject in an attempt to establish whether this was the case across the board in education in England. So far, I believe I conclude that there is seemingly a lack of women's history being taught. I just wanted to know what the people of TES think about this? And if you agree with me, why do you think this is the case? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, John.