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Supporting PSHE and SMSC education, as well as history these resources include skills logs and story activities which can be grouped or used individually.
We collaborated with others to create teaching resources that support 7 to 11 year olds working scientifically, with six activities set in the context of the Stone Age.
Children between the ages of 7 and 11 will benefit from this inspiring programme communicating the importance of air quality and oral health.
These resources are based on the requirement for Key Stage 2 National Curriculum History. Archaeological evidence from the Viking period can be compared with diets in three contrasting locations in the same period.
Explore our themes of Prehistory, Roman Britain, Anglo Saxon and Viking and Ancient Egypt and Early Civilisations.
Using an interactive personality quiz, a virtual tour of reconstructed houses and a ChatBot, students learn what egalitarianism is and how it is reflected in the archaeology of the UNESCO Stone Age site of Çatalhöyük.
This resource supports the teaching of instrumental analysis, including gas chromatography - mass spectrometry (GS-MS) time of flight mass spectrometry, using the context of archaeology.
These three lesson plans use Stone Age archaeology to encourage discussion about what it means to be human. Designed to support Key Stage 3 PSHE and SMSC but can be adapted to other levels.
These resources use the context of feasting at Stonehenge to consider aspects of food processing, food allergies and intolerance, with activities including making cottage cheese.
Using the context of archaeological science, students investigate the diets of the people of Stonehenge and nearby settlement 4,500 years ago.
Explore our themes of Modern History (WW2), Medieval Britain and Ancient History.