Here you can find a selection of resources created during the course of our projects that can be used with your own community groups either as a resource or as inspiration for your own projects.
Remembering the past, growing the future
In marking the end of the First World War we embarked on a project to recognise the contribution of colonial seafarers, many of whom came from what today is Pakistan, and whose stories link with more recent migrations. As part of the project a new online learning resource for schools was created.
Explore the learning resource
Loyalty and Dissent
This resource contains twenty five documents relating to the experiences of people from South Asia at the time of the First World War.
The script pack below contains bold new work from five playwrights from the Tamasha Developing Artists (TDA) programme. Each writer was commissioned to research and develop pieces inspired by documents held at The National Archives.
Explore the education resource – Listen the plays – Read the scripts (PDF, 1.3MB).
Caribbean through a lens
Cuming Museum, CTAL
Some of the many outcomes of this regional community engagement project using images from our collection, including video footage of workshops, poetry excerpts, a reflections section by our community partner as well as access to the photographs themselves.
Explore the education resource
There Be Monsters mental health project
This project used devices and imaginary creatures inscribed on some of our oldest maps. They inspired adults with experience of mental ill health to create a sculpture which now sits in our grounds.
The case study describes our experience of working on the project, as well as the experiences of the participants involved.
Read the case study
Memories from the Islands
This exhibition was co-curated by participants from Haringey U3A in partnership with Bruce Castle Museum, Tottenham. It features 28 images from our collection of Caribbean images from the Ministry of Information and the participants’ amusing and informative childhood reminiscences. It is available to loan, please contact us for more information.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
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