Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in history lessons with primary school children at Key Stage 2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and at 1st and 2nd Level in Scotland.
This animated series of short films offers an introduction to some key themes of the primary history curriculum.
World War Two
Using archive video and images from the Imperial War Museum, as well as first-person testimony from veterans and eye-witnesses, this series of short films offers a comprehensive overview of World War Two for primary schools.
The Story of Britain
A series of animated films showing the story of Britain from the stone age through to the Norman conquest.
A cross-curricular series of short films exploring some famous figures from Victorian Britain and their achievements.
This series of short films looks at how significant people from history changed their world and impacted how we live today.
A series of short animations that take you back in time to explore seven different ancient civilizations.
The life of Mary Seacole
The life of Victorian nurse Mary Seacole is told in three short video episodes aimed at 7-11 year-olds.
In this series of short films, Neil Oliver looks at how Vikings lived, traveled and traded as well as how they invaded and created settlements.
In a series of short films, archaeologist Raksha Dave explores the amazing places, monuments and archaeological finds left behind from prehistoric Britain to build a picture of what it must have been like living in the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages.
In this series of short films, we explore the stories of 'young Victorian villains' and the strict justice system that decided their fate using trial testimony, census records and dramatic reconstruction to recreate the moment when their lives were changed forever.
History of Early Civilisations
Through parodies of reality TV shows, this series introduces different aspects of the Maya civilisation and different aspects of life in the Islamic Golden Age, circa AD900.
Joe Crowley challenges children to use technological tricks to unearth clues about the unsung historical heroes who lived and worked in their home town.
Ancient Egypt - Life and Death in the Valley of the Kings
Egyptologist, Dr Joann Fletcher investigates what everyday life was like in ancient Egypt for an ordinary person.
The story of Grace Darling - the famous Victorian heroine - and her brave sea rescue off the Farne Islands in 1838.