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Altered Books In Focus

Altered Books In Focus

Altered Books created by GCSE students at Graves Gallery More >
Anti-German Sentiment in the First World War

Anti-German Sentiment in the First World War

Why a Hull family butcher changed his name after his shop was attacked More >
Apprentices

Apprentices

The lives of apprentices in Victorian factories More >
Being an Art Detective

Being an Art Detective

Investigating artworks and the role of the artist More >
Blind Veterans of the First World War

Blind Veterans of the First World War

How a new charity was founded in WW1 to help blinded ex-servicemen More >
Blue Socks - The School Uniform Debate

Blue Socks - The School Uniform Debate

From the 1970s 'Blue Socks' uniform case to school uniform today More >
Breaking Chains - Sheffield Civil Rights

Breaking Chains - Sheffield Civil Rights

Changes campaigning can make and how they can affect us today More >
British Values in Action: Protest and Punishment

British Values in Action: Protest and Punishment

Exploring a historical example of a protest by workers More >
British Values in Action: Tea for the Troops

British Values in Action: Tea for the Troops

This resource explores a historical example of local volunteering More >
British Values in Action: Votes for Working Men

British Values in Action: Votes for Working Men

Exploring the development of democracy in Britain More >
Campaign! Slavery

Campaign! Slavery

Using museum collections as a stimulus for modern day campaigning More >
Campaigners Make an Impact  in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Campaigners Make an Impact in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Using Yorkshire's History to Change Your World More >
Carved Ivory Tusks

Carved Ivory Tusks

Elaborately carved elephant's tusk from Benin, West Africa More >
Changes in Society - Managing an Exhibition

Changes in Society - Managing an Exhibition

Responding to a brief to develop and manage an exhibition More >
Children at Work

Children at Work

Working conditions for children in factories, mills and mines More >
Children Raising Funds During Wartime

Children Raising Funds During Wartime

How young people contributed to the First World War effort More >
Chinese Shoes of Pain

Chinese Shoes of Pain

The custom of breaking and binding feet in China More >
Chinese Tabard from the Qing Dynasty

Chinese Tabard from the Qing Dynasty

Symbol of Chinese women's status More >
Connect>Create 2008

Connect>Create 2008

Responses to artists such as Helen Chadwick by Art students More >
Craft Made From Graft

Craft Made From Graft

Life and working conditions during the Industrial Revolution More >
Cree Native American Saddle

Cree Native American Saddle

Ceremonial Pad Saddle from the Day Star Reserve in Canada More >
Crime and Punishment - Sophia Constable

Crime and Punishment - Sophia Constable

The crime and punishment of an 11 year old Victorian 'young offender' More >
Demobilisation After the First World War

Demobilisation After the First World War

What happened when the War ended and men returned home? More >
Dick Kerr's Ladies FC

Dick Kerr's Ladies FC

One of the earliest women's football teams in England More >

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