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Farmer Time

Farmer Time is all about harnessing the power of digital communication. Children regularly chat live to their matched farmer from their classrooms through FaceTime or Skype, discuss ideas, ask questions and share knowledge. It's free too.

Teachers, Pupils
4-16 year olds
Adolf Hitler

This essay on Hitler from Time Magazine examines how an Austrian without title or position managed to get himself elected head of the German nation.

14-18 year olds
Everyday Life in Roman Times

A straightforward site where you can find out about most aspects of Roman Life such as Roman Towns, entertainment, food, work, slaves, schooling, clothes, toys, buildings and more.

7-11 year olds
Find Schools

Enter a postcode or place name to search a database of schools in England. The database includes primary, secondary, special needs, state and private schools.

Teachers, Parents
3-16 year olds
Martin Luther King

A profile of Martin Luther King from Time Magazine. It tells of how he led a mass struggle for racial equality in America.

Teachers, Pupils
14-18 year olds
Classroom Timer

A useful classroom timer which is configurable to countdown in either seconds or minutes.

4-11 year olds
Two Clocks

An amazing resource for demonstrating the difference between two times. It is configurable so that teachers can use it at a basic level or use the questions provided.

6-11 year olds
Hidden Lives

An archive of amazing documents and photographs where you can find out what it was like to be really poor in Victorian and Edwardian times. Target age range 10 to 15 years.

Teachers, Pupils
7-14 year olds

Chemicool Periodic table of the elements and other chemistry information.

Teachers, Pupils
11-18 year olds
Partial Product Finder

Partial Product Finder allows multiplication combinations to be represented as a rectangle, or array. Arrays up to 50 x 50 can be shown. The resource can be used to represent straightforward multiplication, as in times tables.

6-11 year olds
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