Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in history lessons with secondary school children at Key Stage 3 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and at 3rd Level in Scotland.
A series of short animations that offer concise explanations on subjects for KS3 History.
World War One
Video resources for secondary schools, perfect for introducing your class to World War One.
A series of short history films celebrating the achievements of some of the greatest icons of the 20th century.
Emmeline Pankhurst and The Suffragettes
In this series of short films, Sally Lindsay takes a rare look at the personal loves, losses and political passions that transformed Emmeline Pankhurst from a working mum from Manchester into a militant activist.
The Norman Conquest and 1066
Animated series exploring the key events of the battle for the throne in 1066 and how William the Conqueror secured power.
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.
Britain's Forgotten Slave Owners
In this series of short documentary-style films, historian David Olusoga explores new historical evidence of slavery in 1830s Britain.
Andrew Marr's History of the World
A series of short documentary-style films in which Andrew Marr looks at key moments and people from history.
Medicine Through Time
A series of short animated films looking at the development of medicine, from the medieval period to modern medicine, as well as some of the significant individuals.
A series of short films where David Olusoga investigates the lives and experiences of migrants to and from Britain throughout history.
100 years of the Womens' Movement
In this series of short films, Gemma Cairney explores one hundred years of direct action taken by women to improve equality in Britain.
The Ascent of Woman
Dr Amanda Foreman uncovers stories of women that have made and changed human history from 10,000 BC to the present day.
Exploring the Past: The history of protest in the UK
Three teenagers investigate significant examples of protest by ordinary people near where they live that have helped shape the recent history of Britain. In this series of short films they explore the 1819 Peterloo Massacre in Manchester, the Jarrow March of 1936 and the Guildford Sit-in of 1968.
Time Traveller's Guide to Elizabethan England
In this series of short films, historian Ian Mortimer transports viewers back to Elizabethan England and reveals, in vivid detail, a living, breathing Tudor world.
The Birth of Empire - The East India Company
Dan Snow travels through India in the footsteps of the company that revolutionised the British lifestyle and laid the foundations of today's global trading systems.
Why the Industrial Revolution Happened Here
In this series of short films Professor Jeremy Black explains the unique economic, social and political factors that helped Britain transform itself almost entirely by the 19th century.
In this series of short films, Jeremy Paxman travels the world exploring different aspects of the British Empire.
A collection of interactive articles about the people, movements and projects that have improved our lives.
Discover the secrets and stories of Apollo 11
Discover just how close the first Moon landing came to complete disaster with this timeline of the Apollo 11 mission, and meet the people whose bravery and quick thinking saved the day.
The Great Fire of London: What vision rose from its ashes?
The Great Fire of London in 1666 destroyed the heart of England's capital city. Christopher Wren led the charge for a new vision of London.
Queen Victoria: The woman who redefined Britain’s monarchy
Queen Victoria restored the reputation of the British monarchy tarnished by the extravagance of her royal uncles. Learn about her long reign with this timeline of her life.
Would you visit 'Celtic Britain'?
Step back in time and discover what life in Iron Age Britain was really like.
The Duke of Wellington: Forging the 'Iron Duke'
Arthur Wellesley was extraordinary: victorious general, Prime Minister and 'Iron’ Duke of Wellington. Trace the story of his incredible life with this timeline.
Guy Fawkes: Why do bonfires still burn 400 years on?
An interactive article looking at why we light Guy Fawkes effigies on bonfires on November 5th. Plus how Gunpowder Treason Day became fireworks night over 400 years.
How could you survive in Tudor England?
An interactive guide exploring how Tudor king Henry VIII ruled at a time when the average life expectancy was just 35 years old.
How do you get to Viking Valhalla?
Viking Valhalla was a hall in Asgard where the god Odin welcomed warriors after they were slain in battle.