Education sessions and resources

Our taught sessions and online resources cover a variety of time periods and places. Many contain structured investigations for use directly in the classroom. Others are more suited for research and preparation. They all allow access into our unique collections.

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Civil rights and racial segregation

What was the response to racial segregation in the US?
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Cold War

What was the British government anxious about during the Cold War?
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Crisis in the reign of Mary I

How far can Mary I’s reign be considered a time of crisis?
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Dissolution of the monasteries

How far was money the motivating factor in the dissolution of the monasteries?
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Easter Rising: Tales of the Rebellion

What do the documents reveal about the Easter Rising?
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Elizabeth I in her own words

What can learn about Elizabeth’s style of ruling?
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English Reformation c1527-1590

How did state and people respond to religious change?
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Enquiring into Elizabeth

What were the issues faced by England’s most famous Tudor Queen?
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Fifties Britain

Never so good? Or too good to be true?
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Independent research

Do you need help with your independent research?
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Loyalty and dissent

How did Indian soldiers respond to the First World War?
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Richard II

Were the troubles facing England in the 1370s and 1380s due to Richard II’s age and inexperience?
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Sixties Britain

A social and cultural revolution?
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The Holocaust

Key documents from The National Archives
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Tudor rebellions

How seriously did they challenge the authority of the crown?
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Twenties Britain (part one)

Decade of conflict, realignment and change?
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Twenties Britain (part two)

Decade of conflict, realignment and change?