This is an online game from National Museums Scotland called the Three Pyramids. It’s a platform game aimed at children aged 7-11, designed to teach them about the processes involved in mummifying a body and preparing it for the afterlife.World Music Composer
Listen to clips of music from around the world and use them to create your own composition.Tudors - How One Family Shaped Britain
Discover more about how the Tudor dynasty helped to shape Britain, from promoting global trade and industry, to establishing England’s first national navy.Who is Georgia O'Keeffe?
Take the time to look at the world of Georgia O'Keeffe who painted mountains, skulls and flowers.Planet Under Pressure
BBC News Online explores our planet's most pressing environmental issues. The site takes a look at six areas where a crisis could be brewing: food, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity and pollution.Energy Home
Do you know what energy is and what uses energy? Find out here by exploring the rooms in the house. A great site with audio and animations that are fun. The site also covers electrical safety and power generation. Superb!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.SchoolHistory.co.uk
A well designed site with downloadable worksheets, online quizzes and categorised internet links for secondary school history pupils and teachers. 1000 free worksheets. Also premium subscription membership.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.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.