England’s Immigrants 1330 – 1550

Various sets of introductory powerpoints produced for primary and secondary pupils by teachers as part of the teacher scholar programme hosted by University of York and the National Archives. These lessons introduce pupils to the results of the research project into medieval immigration using extensive government records from the time.

Produced by: National Archives

Subject: Art Charity Citizenship Design English Form time Geography History Literacy PE PSHE RE Travel

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Age range: KS1 (ages 5–7) KS2 (ages 7–11) KS3 (ages 11–14) KS4 (ages 14–16) KS5 (ages 16–18)

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Various sets of introductory powerpoints produced for primary and secondary pupils by teachers as part of the teacher scholar programme hosted by University of York and the National Archives. These lessons introduce pupils to the results of the research project into medieval immigration using extensive government records from the time. Read more

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