M&S brings over 130 years of archives into your classroom

Caroline Bunce, last updated: 20th October 2017

There is something really magical about making your own discoveries. Investigating something sparked by your own curiosity and using your own skills of observation and deduction to find out more is exciting. Human beings have always wanted to find out about our history and our place in the world – we find ourselves fascinating! That includes how our local surroundings have changed over time and across generations. It’s just a matter of providing the right starting point and guidance to spark an independent enthusiasm for local history...

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