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Significant People: Key Stage 1 Activity Book

Stevenson, Andy (2018) Significant People: Key Stage 1 Activity Book. The National Archives, Kew, London.

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In 2016-17 The National Archives collaborated with the University of Worcester to create a Key Stage 1 resource to tie in with the National Curriculum’s focus on ‘significant people in British history’.

Students on the Graphic Design course’s Children’s Book Design module were given a live brief to create an activity book which focussed on three key people and incorporated archival material. The students were given a shortlist of significant people to choose from as well as biographical information.

The students also visited The National Archives to hear about the curriculum and our requirements. As part of the visit the students also had the opportunity to handle documents related to each of our shortlisted significant people.

After the students submitted their designs, staff at The National Archives and the University of Worcester amalgamated some of them into the final resource.

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The full-text of this workbook can be accessed via the Official URL.

Uncontrolled Discrete Keywords: workbook, British history, Key Stage 1, National Archives, Queen Elizabeth 1, Captain Cook, William Cuffay
Subjects: D History General and Old World > DA Great Britain
L Education > L Education (General)
L Education > LT Textbooks
N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
N Fine Arts > NC Drawing Design Illustration
Divisions: College of Arts, Humanities and Education > School of Arts
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Depositing User: Andy Stevenson
Date Deposited: 27 Apr 2018 14:06
Last Modified: 17 Jun 2020 17:22

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