Significant individuals

Observe the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements. These can be used to compare aspects of lives in different time periods to gain context of significant aspects of the history of the wider world.

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A Significant Person

Why is this person from the past remembered?

Archaeology in the Archives

What kinds of documents can tell us about the work of archaeologists?

Archives Ahoy!

What can we learn about pirates from our collection?
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Choosing for the Archives (SEND)

How can we find out about someone from the past, using documents, images and objects?
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Christmas is cancelled!

What were Cromwell’s main political and religious aims for the Commonwealth 1650-1660?
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Edward the Confessor

What does the Domesday Abbreviato tells us about Edward the Confessor?
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Elizabeth I’s monarchy

Rule of a ‘weak and feeble’ woman?
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Henry VIII: image of a king

Was appearance everything for a ruler in the 16th century?
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Henry’s royal rules (SEND)

What were the rules of daily life for a king in Tudor times?
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Holding History

What is 'The National Archives'?
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Mangrove Nine protest

What does this reveal about police brutality and racism in 70s Britain?
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Queen Anne

How can we find out about her?
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Significant People

Key Stage One Activity Book
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Suffragettes ‘in Trousers’

How did men support votes for women?

Time Travel Club Activities

Discovering The National Archives

Tudors: Image of a King

How did monarchs present an ‘image’ of themselves in the past?
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Walter Tull

How can we use sources to find out about him?