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Resources and Workshops
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Projects and Exhibitions
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How five different people possibly viewed the prospect of civil war in 1642.
Political and social reform in 20th century Britain
What can archives reveal about people’s lives in the 1920s?
Our Film of the Month from Pathé shows a 1934 Guy Fawkes bonfire.
Our Document of the Month is from William Cuffay's trial for treason.
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Our sessions are delivered by a team of education officers.
Book a workshop taught onsite at The National Archives is Kew.
Book an online workshop taught in your classroom.
Use original documents to develop your own questions and lines of historical enquiry.
Our focused topics cover a huge variety of times and places.
Investigations mapped to the curriculum that can be covered in a single period.