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The thought of stepping into a teacher's shoes, even for a short time, may be daunting, especially if it feels like centuries since you were in the classroom yourself.
Don't panic! We have lots of ideas and resources online to help your children continue exploring history and the wider world without having to step outside the front door.
Here are five top history resources that will keep your kids learning AND smiling while you're staying home together. Parental participation optional!
Join intrepid reporter Tracey Tooley in this Tudor-tastic video series, and investigate what really drove England’s most infamous monarch, King Henry VIII!
Suitable for secondary students, in particular Key Stage 3.Watch the video series
Welcome to The Scoop! Join Jezebel Factsman and her team of historical experts to uncover how the Normans constructed the White Tower in this fact-finding and myth-busting series.
Designed to support students studying the Norman Conquest as part of the GCSE AQA syllabus.Watch the video series
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