Students can explore the geographical origin and heritage of spices which are prevalent around Stratford Road in this free resource pack, which contains all the information required for teachers to deliver a range of artistic activities in their classroom.
This free pack uses original archive material to provide teachers with all the information and resources they need to deliver a variety of activities for students which explore the architecture of religious spaces around Stratford Road over the last 70 years.
This free pack uses original archive material to provide teachers with all the information and resources they need to deliver a variety of activities for students which explore the architecture, communities and stories of the places and people around Stratford Road over the last 70 years.
Please note: To complete some of these activities you will need the following audio clips (click to open).
Clip 1: Mrs Javed
Clip 2: Mrs Javed
Clip 3: Mr Perkins
Clip 4: Ms Sutton
Clip 5: Mr Roswell
Clip 6: Mrs Stephens
From Summer 2015 we will be giving out copies of a new My Route publication which illustrates how the area has changed using a vibrant collection of photographs, written contributions and recollections. If you have a smart phone you will also be able to see buildings ‘pop out of the book’ and watch people talk about their experiences by downloading the My Route app (coming soon!)
If you’d like to put in an advance request for a copy of the publication, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Original photographs, documents and interviews collected as part of My Route’s research will be deposited in Birmingham Archives in 2015 for the public to access. You will be able to look at and listen to the material by visiting the new Library of Birmingham – please click here for more details.
If you are interested in donating a document please visit the ‘Get Involved‘ section for more information.