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Hallowe’en in School written by Richard Wilkins and published by the Association of Christian Teachers (ACT) in 1994

  As you may already be aware, in late 2016 we received a wonderful donation from the National Union of Teachers (NUT) which included 380 pamphlet boxes containing material published by the NUT itself and many other organisations operating in … Continue reading

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Archives Hub collection highlights – women in education at the IOE

This month the Archives Hub, a gateway to archive collections across the country, is featuring an article by our ex-colleague Kathryn H which highlights our resources on women in education. The Archives Hub enables researchers to search the contents of archives from over … Continue reading

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New books on women in old times

Have you ever heard of Hannah Woolley, who in the 17th century kept a school at age fourteen and later lived on writing about domestic science? Or of Elizabeth Elstob, who in the 18th century was one of the foremost … Continue reading

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