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It's 1714 and the architect John Vanburgh needs your help to decide if Hampton Court is stylish enough for the new king, George I, to keep.
This film is part of a Teacher Toolkit containing activities for schools who book The Architect's Design Dilemma Digital Mission at Hampton Court Palace.
National Curriculum Links
• Encouraging students to use the Hampton Court Palace as a primary source to weigh historical evidence.
• Students will understand that evidence is used to interpret history.
• Students will apply primary evidence to question Palace history.
• Students will create their own hypotheses about the Palaces’s history using primary evidence.
Resources to extend your students' learning before and after their palace visit.