Search Results

Illustration of a miner working underground in Victorian England

Coal Mining and the Victorians

The stories of child workers who laboured underground Read More
Campaign make an impact logo

Campaigners Make an Impact in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Using Yorkshire's History to Change Your World Read More
Detail from WWII government poster telling people to carry gas masks at all times

What was it like to be a World War II Evacuee?

Explore primary sources to discover what life was like as an evacuee Read More
Illustration by Tony Ross of a man in a cap pulling a trailer

Stepping Inside...a 1910 Painting with Tony Ross

Illustrator's response to a painting by Adolphe Vallette Read More
Asian food interactive home screen

Asian Food Interactive

Online game exploring Asian food in Britain and food culture Read More
Gold pocket watch from 1914

Joseph W Giardelli's WWI Pocket Watch Case

Sent from his colleagues at the Royal Mint in 1914 Read More
Head of Mok the Gorilla

Mok the Gorilla

A Gorilla who lived in London Zoo from 1932 until his death in 1938 Read More

Unveiling the Preston WWI Memorial

Remembering so many... Read More
Flag for the sailors and soldiers free buffet at Preston

British Values in Action: Tea for the Troops

This resource explores a historical example of local volunteering Read More
Detail from portrait photo of Harry Oldham in WW1 uniform

Harry Oldham Passchendaele Survivor

First World War soldier rescued from the mud of No Man's Land Read More
Head of Nesyamun

Ancient Egypt: Death and the Afterlife

About Nesyamun, an Egyptian mummy and Egyptian objects Read More
M&S 125 Anniversary shop window display

M&S Birth of a Brand - Campaign Case Study - 125 Anniversary

How M&S celebrated 125 years of being in business in 2009 Read More
Mansfields Shoemaking Factory, Northampton c.1900

Victorian Shoemakers in Northampton

1,800 handmade shoemakers resist mechanisation Read More
Engraving of Victorian children

Through a Victorian Child's Eye

How home and school life was for Victorian children in Huddersfield Read More
Inside Leeds City Art Gallery

Being an Art Detective

Investigating artworks and the role of the artist Read More

Sending Eggs to Wounded Soldiers

How the National Egg Collection Scheme helped WW1 soldiers in hospital Read More

WWI Preston Free Buffet

Refreshments on the station for sailors and soldiers Read More

Unveiling the Preston WWI Memorial

Remembering so many... Read More

'It's a Long Way to Tipperary...'

A popular wartime song reveals the importance of the Home Front in WWI Read More
Reconstruction of the Viking town of Jorvik

Multicultural York: The Vikings

Meet Viking characters and discover more about their world! Read More
Portrait of an Elizabethan Lady

Art Across the Curriculum

Using art as a starting point for cross curricular work Read More
Two Hull trawlermen

Local Heroes: Hull's Trawlermen

Find out about Hull's rich fishing heritage Read More
Group photograph of the Leeds Pals

Remembering the Pals Battalions

The Leeds Pals in the First World War Read More
View of Corby Steelworks at dusk

Stories from the Steelworks: Corby Steelworks inspiring creativity

Explore memories of Corby Steelworks as a basis for creativity Read More
Gift tin of chocolate sent to York servicemen at Christmas WW1

York Chocolate Sent to WW1 Soldiers

Raising soldiers' morale during Christmas 1914 Read More

WWI Shells Inspire the Game of Darts

Early brass dart shafts were fashioned from WWI artillery shells Read More
Detail of Songster war horse grave marker

Grave Marker for Songster, the Oldest War Horse

Served with Leicestershire Yeomanry in First World War Read More
Allied serviceman in the desert

The WW1 Desert Front

Arts activities inspired by soldiers’ lives in Egypt during 1916 Read More
Photograph of evacuees arriving at Bingham

Children's Experiences during WW2

What was it like to be a child during WW2? Read More

Accessibility Statement | Terms of Use | Site Map

Copyright © My Learning 2018. All Rights Reserved

Website by: Grapple