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Great Fire of London Videos

Great Fire of London Videos are plentiful on You Tube. Some of these visual representations are great for giving children an idea of what it must have been like.   BBC Watch Magic Grandad – Samuel Pepys – Great Fire of London. This, BBC made, thirteen...

A Christingle Event

A Christingle Event held in school at Christmas could be a lovely family occasion that younger siblings as well as those already in school can join in with. It is essentially a Children’s Society fund raising opportunity to help children who are vulnerable,...

The Great Fire of London Game

The Great Fire of London Game is a very good introduction to the Great Fire topic; it is interesting to play and full of facts.  Two children, Tom and Jane have to help stop the fire as it spreads across London. First hand evidence is incorporated, as well as lots of...

Random.org

Random.org is an interesting website to visit and it may prove useful in several different ways in the classroom. I looked at the Playing Card Shuffler and could easily see uses for this in mental maths games done on the whiteboard. Tell it to leave out jacks queens...

The Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament is shown in an interactive story told in a set of ten 360 videos, starting from Westminster Bridge. It has been developed by CNN. Each section is narrated and there are also labels to click on where further information can be found. Viewers...

Rivers Class Clips

‘Rivers Class Clips’ is a set of 17 BBC video clips teaching about rivers and suitable for use in KS2. It tends to focus on the effect the rivers have in their locality rather than the geography of rivers. They need Flash to play them so are not suitable...