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Ancient Egypt: Death and the Afterlife

Ancient Egypt: Death and the Afterlife

About Nesyamun, an Egyptian mummy and Egyptian objects More >
Art Across the Curriculum

Art Across the Curriculum

Using art as a starting point for cross curricular work More >
Asian Food Interactive

Asian Food Interactive

Online game exploring Asian food in Britain and food culture More >
Being an Art Detective

Being an Art Detective

Investigating artworks and the role of the artist 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, Action and Reaction in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Campaign, Action and Reaction in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Exploring change through local industrial history 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 >
Children's Experiences during WWII

Children's Experiences during WWII

What was it like to be a child during WW2? More >
Chinese Warrior

Chinese Warrior

Carved figure of Han Dynasty General Kwan-ti More >
Coal Mining and the Victorians

Coal Mining and the Victorians

The stories of child workers who laboured underground More >
Creative Writing at Sandal Castle

Creative Writing at Sandal Castle

Using ruins, artefacts, documents and imagination! More >
Donald Simpson Bell's Victoria Cross

Donald Simpson Bell's Victoria Cross

The story of the first footballer to volunteer in WW1 More >
Entertainment on the WW1 Home Front

Entertainment on the WW1 Home Front

Raising morale and funds for the war effort More >
Food and Diet in WWII

Food and Diet in WWII

Rationing advice given by the wartime Ministry of Food More >
Grave Marker for Songster, the Oldest War Horse

Grave Marker for Songster, the Oldest War Horse

Served with Leicestershire Yeomanry in First World War More >
Harry Oldham Passchendaele Survivor

Harry Oldham Passchendaele Survivor

First World War soldier rescued from the mud of No Man's Land More >
Healthy Eating and the Workhouse

Healthy Eating and the Workhouse

Food and diet in the Victorian Workhouse. More >
'It's a Long Way to Tipperary...'

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

A popular wartime song reveals the importance of the Home Front in WWI More >
Joseph W Giardelli's WWI Pocket Watch Case

Joseph W Giardelli's WWI Pocket Watch Case

Sent from his colleagues at the Royal Mint in 1914 More >
Killed at the Battle of Passchendaele

Killed at the Battle of Passchendaele

Gunner Lewis William Harman's belt More >
Life in 18th Century Britain

Life in 18th Century Britain

An overview of Georgian society through museum objects More >
Life in the WW1 Hospital

Life in the WW1 Hospital

Temporary wartime hospitals created during 1914-1918 More >

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