Join us on a fantastical adventure into the deep, dark wood with Little Red Riding Hood. Dani will recreate the magic from home, and Emily will show you some of the documents we keep on Little Red and other well-known stories.

See the documents that inspired today’s story:

Join Time Travel Tots for sensory storytelling adventures for pre-schoolers and their carers.
Dani the Storyteller will take you on wondrous adventures through the archive, giving you a taste of the collection whilst at home.

The National Archives Education Service:
Experts in the teaching of history through original sources. We believe that school students should be given the same access to original documents as professional historians, deepening their understanding of how knowledge about past events is constructed. The Education team combine their years of teaching experience and historical knowledge to deliver exciting, inspiring and fun taught sessions, both on site at The National Archives at Kew and online.
Our taught sessions are designed by qualified teachers to complement the National Curriculum for History or relevant exam specifications syllabi. They are delivered by teachers, or in some cases by costumed interpreters. Our programme caters for students from Key Stage 1-5, SEN students and undergraduate groups. We also offer CPD for history teachers.
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The National Archives Education Service also produces a range of online resources for you to use in the classroom. All of our resources follow an enquiry based approach and are based on records from our collections at The National Archives.
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