History GCSE Suffragette resources from Greater Manchester Police

By Rachel Hayward | 08 March 2011
Photo showing suffragette women from the Edwardian era  circa 1910 holding a protest in front of a tram and surrounded by police and members of the public
A Suffragette protest, circa 1910.© Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives
Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives have a brand new resource pack aimed at GCSE students studying one of the following boards:

OCR board - How British Society changed 1906-1918
Edexcel board - Protest, Law & Order in 20th Century
AQA board - Changing role & status of women since 1900

The pack draws on primary source material from the Museum's Archives to explore the role of Suffragettes and the surprising link with the local Police.

Please note: the resource pack will be available for free for a limited time.

For more information, please email the Greater Manchester Museum and Archives.

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