Learning Resources

Documenting the Holocaust

This resource offers an insight into the ways in which we can use archived documents to develop our understanding of the Holocaust and modern-day genocides.

Published by: LGfL
Image Bank

An expanding collection of high-resolution images, checked for appropriateness for use in an educational context. Users must adhere to the licensing terms of use by teachers and learners.

Published by: LGfL
Risks and Rewards

Students can learn all about investing money in companies, how banks work and the history behind some of the biggest companies in the world.

Published by: E2BN
The Tudors in London

This aims to develop an understanding of a historical context in which to appreciate how events of 500 years ago still impact London life today.

Published by: LGfL
The M Room

This exciting English and History resource for KS3 & KS4, gives exclusive access to secret World War II listening sites where the British Secret Service bugged high-ranking German Military prisoners.

Published by: LGfL
Open City

A cross curricular resource about architecture featuring three unique buildings in London.

Published by: LGfL
Polar Exploration

This resource has been created with the assistance of the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge University. It provides a unique insight into the 'heroic age of scientific discovery'.

Published by: LGfL
The Romans in London

Exploring London's Roman legacy - a comprehensive resource about Roman London.

Published by: LGfL
The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace

A unique resource about the daily work of The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace, featuring video explanations of centuries old techniques and historic documents.

Published by: LGfL
History of Computing

Created in partnership with the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley park and featuring expert insight into the machines that helped share our digital future.

Published by: LGfL
The Cold War

This resource spans borders, ideologies and even realities; interviewing spies, journalists and dissidents; visiting prisons, concentration camps and museums; and filming underground, above ground and…

Published by: LGfL
Holocaust Education through the Ben Uri Gallery

This resource can be used to support Holocaust studies for GCSE History students, and is also intended for sue by GCSE Art and Design students who wish to research Holocaust art.

Published by: LGfL
Swiggle

Imagine a search engine designed for KS2 children. It would be easy to use, allow safe internet searches and filter inappropriate results to give KS2 relevant, child-friendly online resources.

Published by: SWGFL
Morecambe and Back

Morecambe and Back...
contains all the Mitchell and Kenyon footage shot in Morecambe in 1902. Two of the film clips, the exterior of the Winter Gardens and the congregation leaving the Parish Church…

Published by: CLEO
John Ruskin: Seeing Clearly

Cross-curricular resource featuring the Ruskin Foundation's superb comic book treatments of one of the most influencial of 19th century writers. Also contains a fascinating insight into his artistic techniques…

Published by: CLEO
Bridgetower

This site was produced for the City of London Festival’s 2007 commemoration of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act and celebrates the extraordinary achievements of George Bridgetower, a Polish-born…

Published by: LGFL
Changing Time

Split screen interviews with 1880 and 2008 footballers. Filmed at the National Football Museum, Preston.

Published by: CLEO
The Abolition Project

This site looks at Thomas Clarkson and his fellow abolitionists who fought for the ending of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the emancipation of enslaved Africans in the British colonies. This site has…

Published by: E2BN
Audio Network

The Audio Network Education Licence has been developed to provide Schools with world-class music recordings over the National Education Network and the UK's national education broadband networks. …

Published by: NEN
Flashmeeting

FlashMeeting is an application based on the Adobe Flash 'plug in' and Flash Media Server. Running in a standard web browser window, it allows a dispersed group of people to meet from anywhere in the world…

Published by: E2BN
Discovery Box

This site provides the tools for you to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box. What items, for example, would you put in a box to…

Published by: E2BN
Clips

The Digital Storytelling site is a place where learners can publish video and animations. It is similar to YouTube. However, all videos and animations and any comments added to published materials…

Published by: E2BN
Essex Life in Archive Film

This resource uses streamed video to compare and contrast life in Essex between 1914 and 1953 with life in the 21st century. It uses material from the East Anglian Film Archive and new material produced…

Published by: E2BN
CookIt

CookIt is more than an online recipe book. Learners can submit their own recipes, watch short videocast programmes, find out about food in the past and link recipes to festivals and seasons.  

Published by: E2BN
NEN Gallery

A collection of high quality images, sound and video files that can be repurposed by teachers and students. All materials can be used for educational, not for profit activities. Registered users can also…

Published by: E2BN
Victorian Crime and Punishment

This website is all about Crime and Punishment in the UK in the 19th Century. It contains a database with actual prisoner records and case studies for a more in-depth view of the crimes and trials…

Published by: E2BN
Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends is for pupils, teachers and all those who enjoy stories and storytelling. The British Isles is rich in myths, folktales and legends. Almost every town, city and village in Britain has…

Published by: E2BN

Teacher Submitted

History’s Heroes

This is a site about heroes. Not super-heroes - you won't find Batman here, nor the Incredible Hulk. But you'll find people who really did exist - people who made their mark on history.

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