History Sources and Resources
This page began life as a rather tongue in cheek response to the new English National Curriculum for History, published for consultation on 7 th February 2013. WikiPrimaryHistory?
susanbanister: Another one but kinda true?
ICT in the Curriculum 2012 - ICT in the Curriculum 2012 New Year on the way! Its that time of year again when, among other things, we get top 10 lists and reviews of the year - guilty on the first count last year, but not yet on the second! Thought I 'd devote this post to sharing some new 'finds' plus a few favourites that I keep returning to.
Timelines - ICT in the Curriculum 2012 Image: © Tony Pickford - The clock on Burton Church, Cheshire. Following up a post on Twitter about online timeline creators, I searched back through these blog posts to find my own list and realised I hadn't done one!
Virtual Victorians contains Victorian artefacts, objects, news, photographs, presented in an innovative, exciting way for schools, parents and those interested in the Victorian era
Object Lessons: an online display of about 400 objects from Islington Artefacts Library
e-mapping Victorian Cheshire: Cheshire's Tithe Maps Online Almost 500 Cheshire tithe maps are now available online. Together with the information recorded in tithe apportionments, they are a unique record of land ownership, occupancy and use in Cheshire 150 years ago.
Cheshire Archives and Local Studies
Flintshire Record Office - Archives Gallery - Flintshire County Council Here you will find a selection of images from the collections in our care.
Commonwealth Online - education resources for schools
Moving Here - 200 years of Migration to England
Cleo resource: John Redhead
Young explorers The British Museum
Learning at the British Library
Timelines: Sources from History
Schools Ages 4-11 - History Sites
Free high resolution old photos and pictures of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and British Isles
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