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The Growth of Culture: Investigating the importance and influence of immigration

How has Britain evolved in to such a rich cultural tapestry?
Take your school on a cross-curricular journey through cultural diversity and multi-culturalism.
This unit explores the importance and influence of immigration in the creation of a colourful national identity.
Explore British culture through history, storytelling, geography, music and mathematics with opportunities to celebrate whole-school diversity.
Investigate:

• British culture through persuasive writing, traditional stories and tales of immigration.
• Contrasting demographics via data handling.
• The history of influx, settlement and invasion.
• Family trees of famous Britons.
• The origins of your favourite foods.
• The attitudes towards British emigration and their impact on a global scale.

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Map Resources

World Map Europe Map
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Settlement Maps

Roman Empire Anglo Saxo
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Viking Expansion  
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Architecture Resources

Accrington Town Hall British Museum
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Buckingham Palace Burnely Town Hall
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National Gallery Scotland Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art
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The British Museum The Natural History Museum
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Skipton Town Hall Tate Britain
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Ely Cathedral Durham Cathedral

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Paul Robson [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia - Durham Cathedral- Interior
Alnwick Castle Durham Cathderal
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Clifford's Tower  
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Bath Clock Face
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Roman Road Roamn Baths
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Roman Theatre Roman Bath House
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