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Date updated: 10/04/2024

LMA has teamed up with a variety of project and educational partners to provide a number of online resources to assist with learning. 

TES shop with downloadable study packs on topics including:

  • The War of the Roses and the City of London
  • Twentieth Century British Black History
  • Robert Hooke's Diary and Micrographia
  • Investigating Children's Health
  • Criminal Lives: Pubishing Old Bailey Convicts, 1780-1925
  • Magna Carta and the City of London
  • Angevin London
  • The Genius of Bazalgette
  • Campaing: Make an Impact
  • Celebrate the Life and Work of Cy Grant
  • Medieval Scribes - Caligraphy

Visit the TES website to find out more and download the packs

These four learning sequences present the archives of the prominent Black political activists, Eric and Jessica Huntley, who, from their first arrival in England in 1956, participated in many campaigns for racial and social justice. Linking to curriculum themes around local histories, the sessions all centre on newly digitised archival sound clips from events at the bookshop and publishing company Bogle-L’Ouverture, which they founded in west London.

Visit A New Directions's website to find out more and download resource packs.

LMA is a contributing partner to Culture Mile Learning - bringing together a diverse range of cultural, heritage and arts organisations from across London to work on an unprecedented scale to offer world-class learning experiences.

Knowledge Quarter is the focal point for one of the greatest knowledge clusters anywhere in the world, located in a small area around King’s Cross, the Euston Road and Bloomsbury.

As a gateway to knowledge of every kind, we open doors for visitors, students, researchers and people who live and work in this dynamic part of London.

Speak Out London – Diversity City is a community led LGBTQ+ Oral History project based at London Metropolitan Archives (LMA). Visit the website to listen to oral histories, look at posters pictures and other emphemera

The Haringey Vanguard project, funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund (NHLF), aims to establish a community Black LGBTQ+ oral-history and memorabilia archive at Haringey Archive and Museums Service. This will record histories (1980-present) in imminent danger of being lost forever.

Layers of London is a map-based history website developed by the Institute of Historical Research. Users can access free historic maps of London and contribute stories, memories and histories to create a social history resource about their area, including many maps and images form the LMA collections

Unlocking Our Sound Heritage (UOSH) is a UK-wide project that will help save the nation’s sounds and open them up to everyone. LMA is a regional hub for the project