The team at The National Wallace Monument in Scotland have launched an online video series to help young people learn about history from home.
See how big a castle really is, delve into secret wartime tunnels and marvel at the wonders of Stonehenge. Bring your teaching to life and inspire your students on a school trip to one of English Heritage’s 400 historical sites across the country.
The capital is filled with museums, historical venues and one-of-a-kind sites linked to learning outside the classroom.
Take Tudor learning outside of the classroom with educational activities at these four exciting sites.
Planning where to take your class to celebrate national Shakespeare Week in 2020? Here are some top activities and attractions for schools.
The team at Lincoln Cathedral have invited educators to learn about its upcoming opportunities for schools at a free event.
The Monument to the Great Fire of London will host a range of activities across the 2019-2020 academic term, covering a different subjects to get children thinking about the historic disaster in the capital.
Victorian buildings near the site of the Roman Baths will undergo a major regeneration over the next year to be transformed into a Clore Learning Centre for the Roman Baths and a World Heritage Centre for the city.
Walmer Castle and Gardens in Kent has opened a new learning centre - the first new substantial building at the castle for 145 years, giving schools a base from which to explore its historic grounds.
English Heritage volunteers are reconstructing a Bronze Age roundhouse at Beeston Castle in Cheshire, to educate visiting schools on life from the era.
Boutcher Primary School in Southwark worked closely with artist Imogen Piper to create a new exhibition inside the landmark.
Skipton has what is said to be one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England, standing watchful over the market town as it has for over 900 years.
The Department for Education has announced an injection of £1.6million into Historic England’s Heritage Schools Programme, allowing the scheme to continue for the next two years.
An excited group of seven to 11-year-olds really pushed the boat out on their first trip to London that also involved the majority of them travelling by boat for the very first time.
This year marks 100 years since the end of World War One, a pivotal point in history which pupils can learn about on a school trip.
The full-scale replica of Captain Cook’s ship, the HM Bark Endeavour, will be docking at the North York Moors coastline in Whitby next spring, offering an opportunity for schools to learn about maritime history.
We look at how a trip to Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard and the HMS Warrior 1860 can tie in with curriculum subjects.
Beaulieu and Buckler’s Hard in New Forest, Hampshire has introduced a new educational programme, which ties in with Literacy and Creative Writing.
STO looks at what pupils can learn from visiting the home of the codebreakers, Bletchley Park.
HMS Belfast has launched an experience which allows school groups to spend a night on-board.
A new learning centre is set to be built adjacent to Brixton Windmill in Lambeth this summer.
The village of Buckler’s Hard has a lot to offer school pupils, from teaching them about naval history to allowing them to explore the natural surroundings, and find out about its World War Two involvement.
Rachel Bailey speaks to learning officer Nikki Cherry about the History, English and Science opportunities for Primary school students at Sacrewell Mill in Cambridgeshire.