Archives hold prizes

24th February 2006 at 00:00
Learning Curve, the award-winning education website run by the National Archives, has teamed up with RM to offer trainee teachers and newly qualifiedteachers an opportunity to win prizes for themselves, and their school or college. Competitors are challenged to create an idea for a learning resource, featuring documents from the National Archives. The topic should relate to the curriculum for history at key stages 1 to 5. The style of the Learning Curve website can be used as a guide, but participants can feel free to use their own ideas. The winner will receive an RM Mobile One laptop, designed for the classroom, as well as having their entry published on Learning Curve. Primary and secondary category winners will also be awarded a Fuji digital camera and a Living Library subscription giving access to an online multimedia reference library for one year. Entries must be received by May 31.

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