History KS3 / GCSE: Migration
David Olusoga investigates the lives and experiences of migrants to and from Britain throughout history.
Highlights from this series include:
- The story of a Black migrant called John Blanke, a trumpeter in the court of Henry VIII.
- The stories of poor children and teenagers migrating to Britain’s newly created colonies in North America.
- The Irish migration to Liverpool during the Industrial Revolution.
- Jewish migration to Britain in the late 1800s and its impact on immigration law.
These short films are suitable for teaching history at KS3 and KS4/GCSE in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and Fourth Level and National 4/5 in Scotland.