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Teacher Network

What we do

We 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 wide network of teachers.

We are looking for teachers to support the development of new schools offers, and to help us diversify the range of stories that we tell about our palaces. If you are interested in helping us, please join.

How to join

Interested in receiving our Teacher Network email and getting involved?

Let us know by emailing us.

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Community Access Scheme- Group leaders exploring the Bloody Tower.

Benefits

Join the Teacher Network to:

  • Develop better knowledge of the support that Historic Royal Palaces can provide you with as a teacher
  • Be the first to hear about special offers for schools, opportunities for free visits and teacher CPD
  • Work in collaboration with us to design new learning resources for your students through co-creation, piloting and evaluation
  • Be part of a professional community that shares ideas and best practice.

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