Student Study Days

Our Study Days pair our education workshops with other activities such as crafts, talks by leading Historians or experiences with reenactors. Each day is focused around a theme and allows students to experience life as a historian, examining original documents and learning about History through a variety of means.

'Annie Kenney' talks to students on Suffrage Day 2018

Following the success of our online A-level Tudor Study Days, we are delighted to announce that bookings are now open for the spring term! Join us on 8 or 22 March 2023 between 10.

20sStreets is a project designed to bring local history to life for children using archival material.

We are delighted to offer A-Level students an opportunity to combine a workshop on Tudor history with a special visit to the British Library’s major exhibition Elizabeth and Mary: Royal Cousins, Rival Queens.

We’re all familiar with historians’ arguments about the Treaty of Versailles paving the way for the Second World War, but what do we really know about process that took place in 1919? The logistics involved;  the stress and anxieties of those at the negotiating table; Germany’s involvement and the role of ‘new’ diplomacy?

On Tuesday 16th June 2020, as part of Refugee Week, join us for a special day to learn about the experiences of refugees in the past and present day.

In May 2018, students were invited to take part in our Suffrage Day, experiencing a taught workshop on Suffrage using original documents from the Archives' repositories followed by a short talk from leading historian Diane Atkinson.