Exhibiting History

A competition for schools to plan, design, curate and create their own exhibition about Agincourt and the fifteenth century, considering questions of significance and interpretation. Read more

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  • Agincourt 600 competitions: winners revealed!

    23rd May 2016

    Our Agincourt 600 competitions have now concluded and we are delighted to announce the following winners. Exhibiting History exhibition competition Winners: Heathfield School, Worcestershire Runners-up: Kineton High School, Warwickshire Highly commended: Duke of Kent School, Surrey; Samuel Ryder Academy, Hertfordshire; St. Paul’s Girls’ School, London Heathfield School received a cheque...

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  • Agincourt exhibition competition: the winning school’s perspective

    15th June 2016

    Last month, Heathfield School in Wolverley were selected as the winners of the Exhibiting History competition, run by the HA as part of our Agincourt 600 projects. Their impressive exhibition and entry were selected from a high-quality field for the sophistication of their interpretation and engagement with different audiences. Neil...

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  • Animated Guide: Become a Museum Curator

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    Have you ever visited a museum or exhibition and wondered who puts it all together? Being a museum, library or archive curator is a very responsible job. Not only do they have to look after rare and precious items in their care, but they must also know all about their...

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  • Interpreting Agincourt: KS3 Scheme of Work


    2015 was a year of anniversaries. As part of our funded commemoration projects surrounding the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt, we have commissioned this scheme of work looking at interpretations of the battle and period, particularly aimed at pupils in Key Stage Three. It comes with a complete...

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