Listen to clips of music from around the world and use them to create your own composition.Sebastian Swan
A good site aimed at helping young children become confident users of the Internet. Each term a different seasonal story is the focus. Pond Web provides a useful introduction to food chains.SchoolHistory.co.uk
A well designed, easy to navigate, site dedicated to providing downloadable worksheets, online quizzes and categorised internet links for secondary school history pupils and teachers. Worth seeing what is on offer.What was life like in London during World War II?
An interesting 'Pocket History' of life in London during the Second World War. It includes an illustrated, downloadable PDF with all the facts.Dress like an Egyptian
A drag and drop activity where you need to dress the Egyptian queen or a craftsman in Ancient Egypt. This site can help you to find out about clothing of the Ancient Egyptians.Build a Roman Fort
Where does a Roman Army live? Here you can build a virtual Roman fort and find out about the everyday objects that Roman soldiers used.Dress a Roman Soldier
Dress a Roman soldier to find out what kind of armour they wore in this drag and drop activity. Learn the difference between a Legionary and Auxiliary soldier.Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution
A first-class site on this period of French history which has images, a timeline and essays. It includes information from the social causes of the Revolution through to the legacies it left.Exploring Leonardo
Gives a brief biography of Leonardo da Vinci. Investigates his ways of representing the 3D world on 2D surfaces. Also includes Renaissance techniques. Class activities on perspective and mirror writing.Africans in America
Historical narrative on slavery in America. A well designed site with a resource bank of annotated images and documents, stories and commentaries.