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Building an Education

Before the late Nineteenth Century, schooling was not compulsory and rarely free. The wealthy could send their children to schools providing a high-quality, classical education or employ private tutors. For the majority, the education provision which did exist varied in … Continue reading

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UEA Students Visit

On Wednesday we welcomed Early Modern History MA Students from the University of East Anglia for a visit. They were really enthusiastic to see the documents they had requested.  Of particular interest was the church book dated 1642-1839 for the … Continue reading

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Dragons’ Den at Hellesdon High School

Last month the Education and Outreach team went to Hellesdon High School to spend two days giving Industry Workshops to the Year 8 students (age 12-13 years), alongside our colleagues from Norfolk Museum Service.

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