This British Library learning pack explores what city life was like for poor families in Victorian times. It looks at the campaign for public health reforms in the 1840s and uses original sources such as newspaper articles and cartoons.Calligraphy
Try your hand at old fashioned writing on this super Flash resource. Great for topics on Victorians. You can print out your efforts and it works well on an interactive whiteboard.In My Footsteps
The My Footsteps project looks at local trails in Whitechapel, Limehouse and Poplar, representing personal perspectives on the historical, cultural and social changes that have occurred. Includes five lesson plans and free app.First World War.com
An excellent site covering many aspects of the First World War including the causes of the war, life in the trenches, the battles, the war in the air and propaganda.Second World War
The site looks at how and why some people's lives changed in Britain, and Wales in particular, in World War 2.Toys
A useful collection of images of toys from the Victoria and Albert museum if you are working on a topic related to toys or forces.The Battle of the Somme
Discover the stories about the longest and costliest battle in British history. Find out how the Battle was planned and fought, about the experiences of the people who were involved and about the battlefields today.Coal Mining and the Victorians
This feature looks at the lives of children working in coal mines in Victorian England. It includes extracts original sources which help to highlight the working conditions.Mary Seacole
Choose a game and find out about the life and work of Mary Seacole.Would you have survived the Titanic?
Interesting facts about the Titanic disaster from National Geographic Kids.