These packs have been developed to introduce schools to the resources in the Labour History Archive and Study Centre at the People’s History Museum. The resource packs have been developed to link directly to our popular Living History workshops and they can be used to follow up a visit, or can just be downloaded and used on their own. Alongside the facsimiles of original archival documents are some suggested activities for you to do at school. If you have any feedback, queries or suggestions then please contact the learning team on 0161 838 9190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Key Stage 3 resource created by Rachel Blair-King with the People’s History Museum. This pack has been developed to aid teaching the National Curriculum for History at KS3. This project has been developed in conjunction with museum learning officers and secondary school teachers. It incorporates several primary sources on the development of the suffrage movement from archives in the North West, including those located at the Labour History Archive and Study Centre at the People’s History Museum.
This resource has been developed to aid teaching the National Curriculum for History at Key Stage 2. It looks at the Peterloo Handkerchief on display in our main galleries and links to our Living History performance: Read All About It! – Papers, Protest and Peterloo. The resource can be used to follow up a visit, or can be downloaded and used on its own.
These trails were developed to help families explore the main galleries of the People’s History Museum. We’ve had lots of requests from school groups to use them as a self-guided resource, so please download and print off as many copies as you need for your class.
As you go around the museum galleries, see if you can find the answers to these questions.
Suitable for Key Stage 4 and above.
Guide to messages and meanings in the banners on display at the People’s History Museum.
A few drama techniques that we use in our Living History workshops that you might want to try back at school.
Sent out approximately every two months.