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SVQ Level 3 and relevant components

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NVQ Level 4 and relevant components

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SVQ Level 5 and relevant components

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Duration: 6 weeks

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Come and enjoy reading aloud short stories and passages from novels and verse plays by early 20th century writers including Forster; Priestley;... read more

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Using archaeological and written evidence we will explore the development of Saxon London and the changes wrought by the Norman... read more

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Duration: 8 weeks

London, WC2B 4BA PART TIME DAY

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Victorian London shaped today's city. Discover the lasting legacy of the Victorian age, uncover its secrets, and meet some of the characters who... read more

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Duration: 10 weeks

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An interactive lecture course that explores the Second British Empire, which emerged after the loss of North America took new forms. We will... read more

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Duration: 12 weeks

London, WC2B 4BA EVENING

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Explore through a series of interactive lectures the major developments in Later Victorian Britain. From the rise of mass consumer society,... read more

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Duration: 1 week

London, WC2B 4BA WEEKEND

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On 19th August 1819, the 15th Hussars charged into a political gathering in St Peter's field, Manchester. 15 people lost their lives. Tragedy or... read more

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Explore the artistic world of 19th century Britain from the perspective of the artist. How did an artist train? What did it take to be... read more

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Duration: 6 weeks

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Come and enjoy reading aloud short stories and passages from novels by late 20th century novelists including Barnes; Ishiguro; McEwan and... read more

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Duration: 1 week

London, WC2B 4BA WEEKEND

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Look at the least known episode in London's history, mid-Saxon town Lundenwic (AD 600-900). Includes an introductory lecture, a museum visit and... read more

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From being the ruler of an obscure German electorate George I suddenly became king of on the most powerful nations in the world in his fifties.... read more

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George II is perhaps best remembered as the last British monarch to lead his troops into battle and also as the instigator of the custom of... read more

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Eclecticism defines 19th-century architecture. This course will look at key styles including neo-classical, gothic revival, early modernism and... read more

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In November 1917, then Foreign Secretary, Arthur Balfour wrote a letter expressing the British government's support for a Jewish homeland in... read more

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Discover the rural north side of Hampstead by walking across the Heath Extension to the hamlet of Northend, learning about its famous residents,... read more

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Duration: 1 week

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Marking the bicentenary of Prince Albert’s birth, the course outlines his life, the issues he championed including his involvement in the Great... read more

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Duration: 3 weeks

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Explore the decade 1960-69 from several different angles and discus the political, social, cultural and scientific changes that took place during... read more

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Duration: 1 week

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The 19th century was a tumultuous period for English cathedrals and bishops. Aspects covered include their role in society, expansion, (re-)... read more

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Duration: 1 week

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With the 1930s rejected, radical government policies, eventual prosperity and new ways of thinking/ acting emerged postwar. Aspects covered... read more

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The course explores how and why during these years Britain ceased to have an empire on which the sun never set. It considers international and... read more

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Explore the artistic world of 18th century Britain from the perspective of the artist. How did an artist train? What did it take to be... read more

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