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Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Home learning resources

While schools across the UK are closed, we’re keen to offer you our support and show our solidarity. Teachit is with you in these uncertain times.

Over the past few weeks, we have selected and grouped together a collection of relevant and engaging resources that children can work on independently wherever they might be. We have deliberately picked resources that need minimal input from parents and carers. Our guide for parents also includes 20 ideas for families to try at home.

To ensure you have access to as much of our content as possible (including PowerPoints and adaptable versions of resources), we’re also offering you and your fellow teachers an individual subscription completely free until the end of April 2020.

That’s access to everything, for everyone, for free.

GCSE

Usually part of a Teachit History subscription, we have made our two GCSE workbooks free for you as part of our support offer. We’ve also selected some of our most useful revision resources for you.

KS3

A range of resources and activities that students could complete independently, over a number of weeks.

General

A comprehensive list of recommended books and films on themes commonly taught by history departments. This could be used to direct students to interesting and relevant reading while they work from home.

Partner resources

Here we’ve brought together some free content from our partners - other educational organisations who want to support you as much as we do. We’re continuing to work with them to bring you more.

Help and advice

There is a lot of conflicting information out there. Here we’ve provided some links to reputable sources of information and useful advice.

Wellbeing resources

Resources and links to support the all-important topic of wellbeing during school closures.

Celebrity support

Here we have pulled together a number of links to activities and online lessons put together by a range of well-known faces.

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