Online resources for students

Teaching and learning does not only happen in school classrooms. The recent growth in remote education creates opportunities for students to develop as independent learners, but this potential cannot be realised without structure and purpose. Our suite of self-directed online student resources gives you the material to provide this. These resources can be used to consolidate and to extend students' learning.

Then and now: exploring the ‘Dimbleby dispatch’

This is a new self-study series of lessons for KS3 […]

The struggle to survive: resilience and resistance in the Warsaw ghetto

To support you with teaching the Holocaust during the lockdown […]

What's my story

What’s my story?

A new guided-study series for 4 lessons for KS3 and […]

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: exploring history, meaning and significance

During this period of home/remote learning, this resource has been […]

Plauen Synagogue

Being German and Jewish: Living in hope in uncertain times

The resource ‘Being German and Jewish: living in hope in […]

Jewish life in Warsaw before the Holocaust

You may be surprised to learn that many of the […]

6 things you should know about the Holocaust

This is a new self-study course for KS3 students that […]