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New resource for A level and GCSE students: investigate Richard II

... false traitors to and enemies of the king and kingdom, perceiving the tender age of our said lord the king and the innocence of his royal person, so...

New dining offer at The National Archives

We are working in partnership with BaxterStorey to provide an exciting new dining offer from Saturday 1 July 2017. There will be an extensive new...

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Discover ‘secrets and lies’ at our free lecture series

This August leading historians will address the topic of ‘Secrets and lies’, exploring ideas of truth and 'alternative facts' throughout history.

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The National Archives gets top marks for educational visits

The National Archives has been awarded a Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Quality Badge for the fourth consecutive time.

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The English Reformation c1527-1590: visit our new classroom resource

The Reformation was one of the most transformative events in the history of the British Isles. It profoundly changed people’s religious beliefs, and...

Register for Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities 2017

Registration is open for this year’s Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities conference, to be held between 27 and 29 November at the Lowry,...

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Students time-travel in our new SEN workshop

Today the Education team is proud to welcome students from Clarendon School, Hampton, on site: they are the first participants in our new special educational...

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New KS4 classroom resource: Framlingham Castle

Times were turbulent at Framlingham Castle during the middle ages. In 1157, it was confiscated from the powerful Bigod family by King Henry II. The...

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New KS4 classroom resource: Medieval castles

We have published a new classroom resource for Key Stage 4. 'Medieval castles' enables students to consider the function, status and significance...

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Celebrating our volunteers

We wanted to say thank you for the significant amount of time that our volunteers freely give and the enormous contribution they make. Volunteers are invaluable...

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‘Somme Tales’ wins international media award

‘Somme Tales’, a multimedia education project by The National Archives in which a stop-motion animation was made by 16- to 19-year-olds, yesterday...

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Document release

Latest MI5 files released

Today we have made available to the public 24 previously top secret files from the UK Security Service, or MI5. The records cover a range of subjects...

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