Author Archives: Francesca Ezzelino

Spotlight on the NUT donation: “The teaching of dietetics” by V. H. Mottram and “Education in nutrition” by H. E. Magee

Last winter we received a wonderful donation from the National Union of Teachers (NUT), which included 380 archive boxes containing material published by the NUT itself and many other organisations operating in the areas of education, children and families. Over … Continue reading

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Spotlight on the NUT donation: “The education of the adolescent” by Ernest Salter Davies

Last winter we received a wonderful donation from the National Union of Teachers (NUT), which included 380 archive boxes containing material published by the NUT itself and many other organisations operating in the areas of education, children and families. Over … Continue reading

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Spotlight on the NUT donation: “The rural school in the modern world” by Sir E. John Russell

Last winter we received a wonderful donation from the National Union of Teachers (NUT), which included 380 archive boxes containing material published by the NUT itself and many other organisations operating in the areas of education, children and families. Over … Continue reading

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Spotlight on the NUT donation: “Discipline in schools”

Last winter we received a wonderful donation from the National Union of Teachers (NUT), which included 380 archive boxes containing material published by the NUT itself and many other organisations operating in the areas of education, children and families. Over … Continue reading

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Spotlight on the NUT donation: “Billeting in brief: the care of children in time of war” by F. Mander and J. G. Browne

Last winter we received a wonderful donation from the National Union of Teachers (NUT), which included 380 archive boxes containing material published by the NUT itself and many other organisations operating in the areas of education, children and families. Over … Continue reading

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