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Hull at War

WW2 – Life on the Home Front

Key Stage 3
Understanding Slavery Website

Understanding Slavery – The Transatlantic Slave Trade

Key Stage 3

Hull at War

Key Stage 2
coming soon
Evacuation Website


Key Stage 1 and 2
Enter the Iron Age Website

Enter the Iron Age!

Key Stage 2
Enter the Stone Age Website

Enter the Stone Age!

Key Stage 2
The Great Debate Website

The Great Debate

Key Stage 3
Discover Egyptian Writing Website

Discover Egyptian Writing

Key Stage 1 and 2
Hands on Roman Evidence

Hands on Roman Evidence

Key Stage 1 and 2
Home Front

Home Front

Key Stage 2

We’re Going on a Polar Bear Hunt!


William Constable’s Cabinet of Curiosities

KS1 and 2
shop till you drop Website

Shop ‘til You Drop: Roman Style

Key Stage 1 and 2
Local Heroes Hull's Trawlermen Website

Local Heroes: Hull’s Trawlermen

Key Stage 2
Life in a Victorian Home Website

Life in a Victorian Home

Key Stage 2
Transport through time Tile Website

Transport Through Time

Foundation & Key Stage 1
Saxons and Vikings Website

Saxons and Vikings: The Battle for Britain

Key Stage 2
Henry's Hull Website

The Tudors: Henry’s Hull

Key Stage 2
Triple Trawler Disaster

The Triple Trawler Disaster: Causes, Consequences, Campaign

Key Stage 2
Hull's Hidden History

Hull’s Hidden History

Key Stage 1 and 2
Mummification Website


Key Stage 1 and 2

Origins of the City – Hull Charters

Key Stage 2
Tour Through Time KS3

Tour Through Time: Hull’s Historic High Street

Key Stage 1 and 2
Victorian Toys and Games Website

Toys from the Past

Key Stage 1
Bridge builders Website

Bridge Builders

Key Stage 1
Victorian School Days Website

School Days from the Past

Key Stage 1 and 2
enter the Bronze age Website

Enter the Bronze Age!

Key Stage 2
Every Object Tells a Story Website

Every Object Tells a Story

Key Stage 1 and 2
Tudors age of discovery Website

The Tudors: Age of Discovery

Key Stage 2

A Victorian Christmas at Georgian Houses

Key Stage 2
Voyage to the Arctic Website

Voyage to the Arctic: A Whaler’s Tale

Key Stage 1 and 2
Victorian Grub Website

Food for Thought: Victorian Grub

Key Stage 2
Walker, Joseph Francis; A Meet of Sir Clifford Constable's Stag Hounds at Burton Constable; Burton Constable Hall;

Join the Stables staff

KS1 and 2
NAEST 92 07 02 17 Amy Johnson in Plane Arriving at Hull

Local Heroes: Amy Johnson

Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2

A Day in the Life of a Country House

KS1 and 2
Local Heroes WW AND Role of the Individual - Tile

Local Heroes: William Wilberforce

Key Stage 2
Food for Thought - On the Ration Website

Food for Thought: On the Ration

Key Stage 1 and 2
Send Them Down Wesbite

Crime and Punishment: Victorian Style!

Key Stage 2

Wilberforce House Museum

High Street | HU1 1NQ

Georgian Houses

High Street | HU1 1NQ

Hull and East Riding Museum

High Street | HU1 1NQ

Streetlife Museum

High Street | HU1 1PS


Hull Maritime Museum

Queen Victoria Square | HU1 3DX

Hands on History Museum

South Church Side | HU1 1RR
Spurn in Marina 7

Spurn Lightship

Castle Street | HU1 1TJ
HHC Exterior UOH_2553

Hull History Centre

Worship Street | HU2 8BG

Ferens Art Gallery

Queen Victoria Square | HU1 3RA

The Guildhall

Lowgate | HU1 2AA
Learning at Burton Constable (2)

Burton Constable Hall

Skirlaugh, Hull HU11 4LN

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