Unlocking Archives provides you with the key to three of the world’s most extraordinary collections, complete with an ever expanding set of ready-to-teach activities, original sources and our unique ‘Mindshow’ tool that lets you create fantastic, interactive, media-rich mind-map presentations. By combining documents from The National Archives, film from the British Film Institute and photographs from English Heritage with the latest web technology through South East Grid for Learning, you have everything you need to explore, discover and present a 1000 years of history.
Anorexia, poverty, depression, sex and crime are but a few of the social issues you’ll find on TrueTube. There are hundreds of real stories, voices from the “man in the street” and “expert” interviews, all brought together to highlight different angles to the issues at hand. Videos and animations come from all over the world. TrueTube doesn’t judge, doesn’t take sides. Just food for thought.
The National Archives | Research and learning
The National Archives is the UK government’s official archive, containing 900 years of history with records ranging from parchment and paper scrolls through to digital files and archived websites. The National Archives makes open records available to all, either onsite or online, continuously developing new tools to make history tangible for everyone.
Explore images and information to discover more about England’s heritage. Teachers and pupils can pick and mix from our images and resources to create their own learning experience.
Futurelab – Innovation in education
Futurelab is passionate about transforming the way people learn. Tapping into the huge potential offered by digital and other technologies, we develop innovative resources and practices that support new approaches to learning for the 21st century. A not-for-profit organisation, we work in partnership with others to:
-incubate new ideas, taking them from the lab to the classroom
-share hard evidence and practical advice to support the design and use of innovative learning tools
-communicate the latest thinking and practice in educational ICT
-provide the space for experimentation and the exchange of ideas between the creative, technology and education sectors.
A resource to support teaching and learning through buildings and places
Created for teachers, educators or anyone with a special interest in the educational resources offered by the UK’s museums and galleries. It draws together a diverse and extensive range of resources.
Our free resources cover a wide range of curriculum areas and include film clips, Teachers’ Notes and a range of activities.
BFI is the British Film Institute. Our world-renowned archive, cinemas, festivals, films, publications and learning resources are here to inspire you.
Clipbank – Home
A cross-curricular video service for secondary schools
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