An Island Story - H E Marshall
Contains the entire digitalised text of this iconic book by HE Marshall, which tells the story of England's history from the pre-Roman era to the first world war. First published in 1905.
Features activities and resources for children learning about Ancient China.
The British Museum's interactive resource covering the history and culture of ancient Greece; includes articles, timelines, and activities.
BBC: History for Kids
An animated site for kids that teaches ancient and world history as well as highlighting the fruitful past of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Berkshire History for Kids
Features extensive information about the history of the castles and mansions of Berkshire plus details of legends, ghosts and figures from the history of the county.
Britain's Heritage and History
Provides biographies of some famous Britons, plus information on Britain's castles, myths and legends, historic places and battles.
The Cabinet Papers
National Archives site presenting a wealth of educational resources for A level students using cabinet papers from 1915 to 1980.
Castles for Kids
Gives young children simple information about castles and it might have been like to live in one.
Game in which young children recreate Kensington Palace through the ages.
GCSE Modern World History
Presents extensive revision help, resources and self tests for students studying GCSE Modern World History.
Geffrye Museum London: Kids Zone
Gives children the chance to design a garden or room according to different historical periods, as well as offering games using artefacts from the museum.
The Holocaust Explained
Extensive resource for secondary aged children covering the holocaust; includes a teacher's guide.
Features a virtual world based on the popular Horrible Histories books.
Look and Learn
A children's magazine that looks back in time at children's newspapers, comics, comic book characters and historical articles.
The Mary Rose
Explore the warship on display, news and events, links and corporate hospitality.
Mr Allsop History
Offers a variety of learning and revision resources for secondary aged children studying modern world history.
National Archives Snapshots: Slavery -
Presents original documents and photographs from the national archives on the theme of slavery, and provides educational tasks and questions, with teachers' notes.
National Archives: World War II
Extensive resource for older children learning about World War II. Includes maps and many downloadable investigation projects.
National Army Museum: Schools
An educational interactive site for children to learn about army life, Victorian soldiers and World War events and activities.
The Parthenon Marbles
Offers an introduction for children to the issues surrounding the Parthenon/Elgin Marbles. Examines the arguments on both sides and concludes that the Marbles should be returned to Greece.
Historical learning and teaching resources, with online lessons, revision help, and interactive tours, quizzes and games.
Educational site focusing on Scotland's varied history, from prehistory to modern times.
Shows scary, cool and wild stuff from UK museums and galleries. Includes games, where to go, hot topics and news.
An interactive journey through the stories of four slaves, examining the history of slavery.
Spirit of the Miners
Tells the story of the mining of copper, silver, lead and zinc in the mid Wales mountains, from the bronze age forwards.
An educational site about migration, women and work, workers' rights, and the story of South Asian women workers during the Grunwick and Gate Gourmet industrial disputes.
The Union of the Crowns
Tells the story of the Scottish King James VI's accession as James I of England in 1603, following the death of Elizabeth I, and explains the establishment of Great Britain.
Explore this online image resource for England's history. With picture gallery, and stories.