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Listen and Play The Little Red Hen

A BBC EYFS resource with songs, rhymes and listening games to join in with and the story of The Little Red Hen. It has teachers' notes and a download option.

Teachers, Parents
3-5 year olds
Growing Up in the Second World War

The Second World War was a time of major upheaval for children in Britain with over a million evacuated from towns and cities. Here are 11 ways children were affected by the Second World War.

Teachers, Pupils
9-14 year olds
The Women's Land Army in Pictures

Images which show jobs women were employed in a wide range of roles during the First World War.

Teachers, Pupils
8-14 year olds
The World Factbook

Maps and statistical information on many different countries. It details the geography, economy, communications, people, government of the nations featured.

Teachers, Pupils
11-18 year olds
The Middle Ages

Find out about the worlds of Thomas Becket, Women in Medieval history and more by examining sources such as manuscripts, charters, chronicles, maps and other sources in the British Library.

Teachers, Pupils
11-16 year olds
Story Shuffle

Unscramble the historical stories and find out when in history they took place. They feature the relationship between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, the Gunpowder Plot, a plot to steal the Crown jewels and the legend of the ravens at the Tower of London.

8-11 year olds
The Snowman

A magical, animated story about a snowman that comes alive.

3-7 year olds
The Victorians

A comprehensive radio broadcasts about the Victorians from the BBC which includes information on the lives of Victorian children, the railways, key events and key people from the era.

7-11 year olds
Get Gas Safe

Get Gas Safe is an education programme for UK children aged 9 to 11 created by Gas Safe Charity. It aims to help teachers deliver key gas safety messages to children and their families. Registration necessary to access free resources.

9-11 year olds
The Women War Workers of the North West

A feature from the Imperial War Museum which focuses on some of the roles women took on in the North West of England during the Second World War.

Teachers, Pupils
11-16 year olds
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