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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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Anglo-Saxons – Gift from a King

What was Anglo-Saxon society like?
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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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Discover the Dissolution

How did the Dissolution change my local area?
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Edward the Confessor

What does the Domesday Abbreviato tells us about Edward the Confessor?
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English Reformation c1527-1590

How did state and people respond to religious change?
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Foundling Hospital

What were conditions like for children in the care of the Foundling Hospital?
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Framlingham Castle

What was the primary function of Framlingham Castle in the ‘Middle Ages’?
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Jacobite propaganda

What was the point of Jacobite propaganda?
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Medieval castles

What was their purpose and significance?
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Mental Health on Record

What do the documents reveal about the understanding of mental health in the past?
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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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Tudor Entertainment

What was the effect of the early playhouses?
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Victorian Health Reform

How did the Victorians view compulsory vaccination?
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Walter Tull

How can we use sources to find out about him?
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Women and the English Civil Wars

How did these conflicts affect their lives?