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Resources

Archive Taster Sessions: The Story So Far…

Underneath Pusey St, Oxford, a number of exciting stories lurk in the rolling stacks of The Angus Library and Archive. Through developing Archive Taster Sessions, we aim to set loose some of these stories by offering inquisitive students challenging and intriguing activities framed around historical individuals. The focus is on giving students the opportunity to… Read more »

Lesson Starters and In-Depth Teaching Resources

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The Angus Library and Archive will be launching imaginative lesson starters and in-depth teaching resources, co-created with teachers. In October 2013, we are running Twilight sessions to plan the style, content and images used in our learning resources. Upon completion of the resources, schools will then be able to access the materials from our website and engage… Read more »

Teachers! We need you!

Would you like your students to engage with exciting primary resources, such as this fifteenth-century Nuremberg Chronicle? Please read our Teacher Information Sheet With funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and The Baptist Union Newington Court Fund, we would like to see more people from a wider cross section of society using The Angus Library… Read more »

From the blog

7th October 2015

Escaping to 1896 India…

It’s been a very busy few days here at Regent’s Park College.  All our new students have arrived and there is a much busier,...
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