Hull History Centre
Hull History Centre, Worship Street, Hull, HU2 8BG
Mon to Fri: 9.30am - 5.30 pm
Sat: 9.00am - 4.30pm
Hull History Centre is a new and exciting project to bring together the collections of Hull City Archives, Hull Local Studies Library and Hull University Archives in one new purpose-built home.
Our two core sessions are ‘Documenting our Past’, based on a timeline of Hull and ‘Behind the Scenes’, a session where students have the opportunity to see the inner workings of the building and collect their own research material along the way. These are complimented by new sessions on WW2, the English Civil War and Tudor Hull.
All the sessions will encourage the development of key skills using archive and local studies library material whilst bringing historical periods to life. We are also developing electronic resources to accompany and support our work with schools.
A risk assessment for the centre has been put together by the council’s School Visits Advisor and is available online at www.hgfl.org or on our website (link above).
Carol Tanner email@example.com
Hull History Centre Education offers a range of activities and resources for learners of all ages including schools, colleges and community groups.
History, Geography, Citizenship, Literacy, Art, Science
The Censorship of Horror Comics
Should young people´s reading material be censored? Read More »
Women's Rights - The Equal Pay Debate
A look at women's campaign for equal employment rights in the 1940s Read More »
Blue Socks - The School Uniform Debate
From the 1970s 'Blue Socks' uniform case to school uniform today Read More »
The Hull Blitz
Explore life in Hull during WW2 Read More »
Documenting our Past
Learn how to become a local historian by researching old documents Read More »
Explore the fiery relationship between Henry VIII and the town of Hull Read More »
Hull-istic Medicine: Public Health through Time
Explore Hull's health from the middle to the modern ages Read More »
History and Construction of the Humber Bridge
Includes an activity to build your own bridge in school Read More »