RESOURCES

Each exhibition we curate in-house, has an accompanying workshop resource pack which is available for schools, colleges and universities to purchase. 

We are also able to produce content for guest lecturer and speaking opportunities on the subjects of local history, ancient and prehistoric history and heritage management.

The Sounds of Croydon

This workshop package is perfect for KS3 students learning about local history in London. Focusing on the history of musicians in Croydon from 1900 to the Present day, resources cover the lives of musicians including Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Stormzy. Sounds of Croydon explores the origins and influence of Classical, Reggae and Grime music; offering an engaging and fresh approach to the subject.

Includes: 60-90 minute workshop delivered by us, local celebrity debate with images and facts, quiz, lesson plan including access to our online exhibition and music playlist, with objectives and questions.

In the Classroom

Doggerland: Exploring Climate Change in Britain

...coming in 2022. This workshop package will provide resources on climate change, where students will learn about the history of climate change and the global implications of a polluted world.

Great for History, Geography and PSHE lessons.

Teenage Students Raising Hands