The Everton Collection

The Everton Collection
Liverpool Record Office
Central Library
William Brown Street
Liverpool
Merseyside
L3 8EW
England

Website

www.evertoncollection.org.uk

www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning

E-mail

General

everton.collection@liverpool.gov.uk

Schools & Learning

belinda.monkhouse@liverpool.gov.uk

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The Everton Collection is Heritage Lottery funded to promote the history of football through the story of Everton F.C. The Everton Collection is the most complete collection of football memorabilia in the world relating to a single football club. The Collection is owned by the Everton Collection Charitable Trust and is stored, conserved and made available to the public at Liverpool Record Office in Liverpool Central Library. Our activities include exhibitions, events and a dedicated schools and learning programme.

Venue Type:

Archive

Opening hours

Mon - Fri: 9.00-18.00
Sat: 9.00-17.00
Sun: 12.00-16.00

Admission charges

Free

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

History & English: The World Cup 1966

http://www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning/schools+online/resources

A lesson plan and resource pack using original source material from the 1966 World Cup to support the development of historical interpretation and enquiry skills, analysis of non-fiction texts and critical thinking. It includes newspaper extracts, photographs, tickets, programmes and an oral history extract.
Level Key Stage 2/Key Stage 3.

Creator

  • Everton Collection Schools and Learning

Publisher

  • Everton Collection Schools and Learning

How to obtain

Cost: Free
Available to download from the Everton Collection Schools and Learning website.

History & English: The World Cup 1966

http://www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning/schools+online/resources

A lesson plan and resource pack using original source material from the 1966 World Cup to support the development of historical interpretation and enquiry skills, analysis of non-fiction texts and critical thinking. It includes newspaper extracts, photographs, tickets, programmes and an oral history extract.
Level Key Stage 2/Key Stage 3.

Creator

  • Everton Collection Schools and Learning

Publisher

  • Everton Collection Schools and Learning

How to obtain

Cost: Free
Available to download from the Everton Collection Schools and Learning website.

KS 2 Literacy: Football Advertising & Persuasive Texts

http://www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning/schools+online/resources

A downloadable lesson plan that encourages Key Stage 2 pupils to explore the features if persuasive texts using examples of football kit advertising over the past 70 years. Pupils then use this research to create their own advertisment.
It is available at:
http://www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning/schools+online/resources

Creator

  • The Everton Collection

Publisher

  • The Everton Collection

How to obtain

Free to download from the Everton Collection website.

KS3 English & History: Football Journalism

This resource uses examples of football journalism from the late nineteenth century to the present day to help pupls identify the key features of journalistic writing and produce their own newspaper report. It is a cross-curricular resource making links to the Key Stage 3 English & History Programmes of Study.
It is available to download online from the Everton Collection website:
http://www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning/schools+online/resources

Languages

  • The Everton Collection

The Everton Collection - Schools Online

http://www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning/schools+online

The Everton Collection Schools Online is a free online teaching and learning resource for teachers and pupils at Key Stage 1-3.
The Everton Collection online resources use football to support cross-curricular learning in Literacy, History and Citizenship. Online resources include, interactive whiteboard lessons, exhibitions, quizzes, Storyteller and My Collection.

Creator

  • Belinda Monkhouse - Creative Learning Officer

Publisher

  • The Everton Collection Charitable Trust

How to obtain

Everton Collection resources are free to view or download at:
http://www.evertoncollection.org.uk/learning/schools+online

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