Living History for Key Stage 3

Our Living History sessions use performance, interactive drama activities and gallery exploration to bring learning to life.

Sessions have been created with professional actors, writers and directors, and provide lots of opportunities for cross-curricular learning and link directly to the National Curriculum.


Baddies - Conscience & Conflict During World War I

Baddies - Conscience & Conflict During World War I, Living History session @ People's History Museum

Themes explored: World War I, conscientious objectors

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Moving Stories – Migration & Identity

Moving Stories @ People's History Museum

Themes explored: migration, citizenship, Post War Britain.

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No Bed of Roses – From the Caribbean to Manchester

No Bed Of Roses

Themes explored: migration, citizenship, Post War Britain.

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Peterloo

Peterloo @ People's History Museum

Themes explored: living and working conditions of the 18th century, protest, Manchester.

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Strike a Light! – A Match Girl’s Story

Strike A Light! @ People's History Museum

Themes explored: Victorian living and working conditions, strikes, Cooperation and change.

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The Hard Way Up - A Suffragette's Story

The Hard Way Up

Themes explored: women’s suffrage, living conditions of the late 19th century, conscientious objectors

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People's History Museum

For further information or to book a session you can contact the Learning Team on learning@phm.org.uk or 0161 838 9190.

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