Within the People’s Heritage Co-operative we are passionate about delivering exciting, creative and enlightening heritage projects to make history come alive for younger generations. On 6th July we will be sharing some of our work with teachers to support local schools in delving into history.
The ‘Tea Party’ at mac Birmingham is an opportunity for teachers to learn more about the exciting educational provision being offered by arts, culture and heritage organisations.
We will have a stall where we will be showcasing a range of educational and school work by the People’s Heritage Co-operative and our members in schools across Birmingham, including Untold Stories, Fight for the Right, Women’s History Birmingham, Paganel Archives, Children of War and Pool of Memories.
Do book a place and come and see us, we are always open to conversations about our work and potential projects!
This is an Arts Connect event in partnership with Birmingham Education Partnership produced by The Company. It runs from 3:00pm to 5:30pm at mac Birmingham on 6th July.