Departures: Understanding Emigration Resource Pack (Ages 14-18 KS4, KS5)

Departures: Understanding Emigration Resource Pack (Ages 14-18 KS4, KS5)

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This free, in-depth resource pack shines a spotlight on 400 years of British emigration – one of the largest movements of people in modern history, yet a history that is often overlooked.

Who are the many millions who have departed these shores and why did they go? Can exploring their motivations help us better understand the motivations of people who arrive? What impact has this mass movement had on the world – and on Britain? Our resource pack features stories spanning four centuries – from Mayflower Pilgrims to Welsh emigrants to South America, Child migration schemes to the Windrush scandal.

This resource pack will be helpful to any student studying the impact of emigration from Britain; both on the countries people emigrated to, and on Britain itself. However, the resource pack is designed specifically for Key Stage 4 students studying GCSE History: AQA's ‘Migration, Empires and the Peoples’ unit. The pack was designed by David Cox and the Migration Museum, with input from AQA teachers and the board's History subject advisor.

 

  • Produced by the Migration Museum and David Cox.
  • Subject: Geography, History
  • Age Range: KS4 (ages 14-16), KS5 (ages 16-18)

 

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