28.09.2018

New School Year, New My Learning

New School Year, New My Learning
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For each Learning Story, check out the Teachers' Notes page for  curriculum links, activity and discussion ideas and links to more resources.

The View Resources page has all the media attached to a Learning Story.

Sign up to My Learning to see resources picked to match your preferences and create Work Boards to store and organise your favourite resources.

 

Teaching Prehistory? 

Check out our specially curated Work Board featuring learning stories, images and activity downloads.

Star Carr Deer Antlers

 

 

Earliest Civilizations: Ancient Egypt

Delve into the mysteries of the afterlife, find out what actually happened during mummificiation, protect yourself with magical amulets and explore everyday life.

If you're starting the term off with Ancient Egypt, we've got some great resources!

Ceramic Egyptian Shabti

 

 

Rome Wasn't Built in a Day

If the Roman Empire is where you're starting the year, this interactive image makes a great whole class activity, or a supported homework task.

Child's Roman leather sandal

 

 

Looking to get Crafty?

Papier mâché has long been a favourite modelling material.  Explore the history and surprising skill involved in this humble craft that's been used to create everything from masks to decorative vases, and even double beds!

A Pair of Papier Mâché Vases

 

 

Leeds Curriculum

Have you heard of the Leeds Curriculum?  It's a place-based curriculum, designed to help children learn through exploring the history, art and culture of their city, and it's all available for free on My Learning! 

Welcome to the Leeds Curriculum

 

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