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Code Clubs – After school coding clubs for children aged 9-11

The mission of Code Club is to give every child in the UK the chance to learn to code. It is their aim to have Code Club in 25% of primary schools in the UK by the end of 2015. Teachers or volunteers can  run Code Club after-school at their local  school or community centre. Children attend […]

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Victorian Children in the Mines Videoconferences

May 11th, 2011 by Andrew

The National Archives Education Service is currently taking bookings for totally free Victorian Children in the Mines videoconference sessions in June (8th-9th) and November (2nd-4th) 2011 for KS 2 students.

Full details of the videoconference are available at:

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/mines.htm

Led by a costumed interpreter portraying a government employment commissioner, your students will play the roles of 19th century children and answer his questions about conditions in the mine where they work using original documents from the collections.

If you’re interested in making a booking please call the Onsite Education team on +44 020 8392 5365 or drop them an email at

education(at)nationalarchives.gov.uk.

Complete details of all NA videoconferencing sessions are online at

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/videoconferences.htm

 

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