Teacher Network

What we do

At Historic Royal Palaces we continually strive to ensure that our schools programmes and resources are of the highest quality and meet the needs of teachers and students. We believe the best way to do this is to work closely in consultation with a network of teachers on a consistent and continual basis.

How to join

Interested in getting involved? Let us know by emailing us.

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Join the Teacher Network to:

  • Develop better knowledge of the support that HRP can provide you with as a teacher
  • Work in collaboration with HRP to design new resources that serve your students’ needs through co-creation, piloting and evaluation
  • Be part of a professional community that shares ideas and best practice with peers and colleagues
  • Be the first to hear about special offers for schools, opportunities for free visits and teacher CPD
Secondary school students visit Hampton Court

5 ways visiting a palace improves pupil outcomes

From school funding cuts to the narrowing of the curriculum, it’s understandable that some teachers feel booking a visit to a heritage site is just one job too many or an added cost too far. 

Here's 5 reasons why it's worth the effort.

Spotlight on... learning at Historic Royal Palaces

Deborah Hogan gives an insight into her job as a Learning Producer at historic sites such as Hampton Court Palace and the Tower of London.

Find out how she ensures engaging sessions are developed and delivered to students to the highest quality.