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Why was John Weeks executed?
Key Stage 3 Crime and Punishment, Key Stage 3: Early Modern, Key Stage 3: Industrial
The connection between tea, coffee, clothes and an antique plate
Industrial Empire, Key Stage 3: Industrial
Why did the Obas of Benin participate in the slave trade?
Wider World Histories, Key Stage 3: Africa C1000-1900, Industrial Empire
How much can we learn from Mahommah Gardo Baquaqua’s slave narrative?
Why did Britain and China go to war in 1840?
Is John D Clare right about the Indian Mutiny?
Key Stage 3: Industrial
Did John D Clere get it right about the Indian Mutiny?
Could you bring Sir Harry Rawson to justice for the Benin Massacre?
Should the British Museum return the Benin Bronzes?
Was Letitia Bunting right to walk out of Zulu?
Industrial Empire, Key Stage 3: Industrial, Introductory Lessons
How much did life in Britain change during the years 1750-1900?
Key Stage 3: Industrial overview, Key Stage 3: Industrial, Introductory Lessons
How much can the Olympic opening ceremony tell us about the Industrial Revolution?
Religion and Beliefs in the Industrial Period
Industrial Beliefs, Key Stage 3: Industrial
Is Trevor Ling right about nineteenth-century religion? An overview
What impact did the Enlightenment have on ideas and beliefs in Britain?
Industrial Beliefs Knowledge Organiser
‘Disbelief crept over me’: Did Darwin cause everyone to lose faith after 1859?
How could Charles Kingsley’s religious ideas be represented in the ‘Kingsley 200’ festival?
Industrial Beliefs Substantive Knowledge Test
To what extent was political change caused by riots and rebels in the 19th century?
Industrial Power SOW download
British Empire 1700-1900 – Six lesson saver package
Key Stage 3: Industrial, Saver Lesson Packages
What can tea show about Britain from 1700?
The role of Tea in Britain from 1700 – 6 Lesson Package
How should we remember the Peterloo Massacre?
Industrial Power, Key Stage 3: Industrial
Was there a shift in power during the Industrial Period? Knowledge Organiser
Swing Riots Decision Maker
Industrial Power, Key Stage 3 Crime and Punishment, Key Stage 3: Industrial
How much do you agree with the Professor about the causes of the Swing Riots?
Why did Robert and Joseph Mason take part in the Swing Riots?
Design a tea cosy dedicated to our national drink
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